Fundry Supports Jersey City Small Businesses and Local Police Departments in Response to Crisis
Fundry, a small business finance provider, is helping to feed police officers in Jersey City. A tweet sent out by the City of Jersey City twitter account said that the company is buying meals at local small businesses to provide to police stations every day for the next 2 weeks.
Amelia’s Bistro, described as a modern American restaurant and bar in the Paulus Hook section of JC, was pictured making a delivery to the Eastern District on Thursday as part of the Fundry donation.
Nasan Ishak of @AmeliasBistroJC delivers lunch to @JCPoliceDept East District. With a donation from YellowStone Capital & @FundryC, meals will be provided to stations each day for 2 weeks. This supports our #JCFrontline responders and restaurants across #JerseyCity. #JCresponds pic.twitter.com/OpIkip2IDx
— City of Jersey City (@JerseyCity) April 2, 2020