WARMINGTON: Superfan supports front-line workers during COVID-19


It turns out that this Superfan not only wears a cape but also an apron.

He is not only a basketball legend of the Raptors and a major car dealership. Now he is also famous for serving meals.

“I don’t want to see anyone go hungry,” said Toronto Raptors ambassador Nav Bhatia.

So with Entertainment Tonight Canada star Sangita Patel, Bhatia is working with the Peel Regional Police to provide quality food to the places where it is most needed during this nightmare pandemic. The Nav Bhatia Superfan Foundation’s Meals On The Move route has already gone out twice and serves around 500 meals.

With Entertainment Tonight Canada star Sangita Patel, Superfan Nav Bhatia is working with Peel Regional Police to deliver quality food to the places that need it most during this nightmare pandemic. (PHOTO PROVIDED)

Meals On The Move is set up to provide ready meals to frontline health workers in long term care centers, food banks or shelters where staff or residents who need a meal will be fed .

“It was very moving to drop meals outside the places where there was fighting with COVID-19,” said Bhatia, who raised the workers out the window. “Our thoughts are with all front line workers.”

Rinku Ghei of Push Marketing Group said that local restaurants or donors who wish to help, donate or even suggest meal ideas are all welcome.

Bhatia said his friends Moe Sheikh, Amir Shamsi and Kashif Sheikh were instrumental, helping to both nurture and hope.


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