“Feed the Fight” – New Navicent Health Initiative Supports Healthcare Workers, Local Businesses

Staff Report From Middle Georgia CEO

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

In an effort to support healthcare workers while curbing the economic impact on local businesses due to novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Navicent Health Foundation has launched Feed the Fight. Through Feed the Fight, Navicent Health Foundation will purchase meals from locally owned restaurants to feed caregivers responding to COVID-19.

“This is a difficult time for our community, and people want to know how to help.  Feed the Fight not only supports our caregivers, but also provides our local restaurants immediate financial help that we hope will have a lasting impact until they can re-open their doors,” said Ellen Terrell, President of Navicent Health Foundation.

Feed the Fight will only partner with locally owned restaurants. Currently, those partners include…

Cast Iron Catering


Fincher’s BBQ

Fountain of Juice



Kinjo Kitchen

Oliver’s Corner Bistro

Piedmont Brewery & Kitchen

Z Beans

Navicent Health Foundation expects the list of participating restaurants to grow as funds are raised.

“At Navicent Health, we are not only committed to the health and wellness of the residents in the communities we serve, but we also play an integral role in guarding and enhancing our region’s economic health. We are pleased to play a role in sustaining locally owned businesses during this crisis,” said Dr. Ninfa M. Saunders, FACHE, President and CEO of Navicent Health.