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Kevin Love donates meals to Cleveland area healthcare employees and first responders

The Cavs’ star keeps doing good.

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On Friday, Cavs forward Kevin Love donated meals to Cleveland area healthcare employees and first responders in partnership with Project Frontline. Meals went to workers at the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital and local police and firemen in Avon and Bratenahl.

“We’re doing another round of meal drop offs through #ProjectFRONTLINE today to support our amazing healthcare workers at the @clevelandclinic main campus and @uhrainbow, and the local police and firemen force in Avon & Bratenahl, Ohio — We appreciate ALL that you are doing right now; I am amazed by your strength and perseverance through all of this,” Love wrote on Instagram. “And a huge shoutout to my friends @stripsteakhouse, @treehouseavonohio, @syscofoodsofcleveland, @chefgenevieverose, @abbysbetter, and @masterprintinggroup for your help making and packing the meals, and delivering them this morning. And, thank you to the local police departments in Avon, the Ohio State troopers, and the Cleveland Clinic police for your assistance escorting the meals. To help our cause by feeding thousands of healthcare workers, all while helping our local restaurants as well, you can donate to the gofundme.”

This follows Love’s $100,000 donation to workers who lost hours when Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse stopped hosting events and, in a video released by Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, thanking essential workers.