September 9, 2020 – Aramark today announced the donation of 250,000 face masks to the American Red Cross. The masks will be worn by Red Cross staff at blood drives during the COVID-19 pandemic, protecting workers and the volunteer donors who are key to saving lives.
Sept. 2, 2020 - Aramark and The Common Market, a nonprofit food distributor founded in Philadelphia, PA, today announced it provided 12,000 boxes of fresh, nutritious foods to Pennsylvania and New Jersey communities facing food insecurity.
Aug. 27, 2020 – The Urban League of Philadelphia is thrilled to announce the launch of a three-year grant from Aramark to support formerly incarcerated individuals through a new re-entry program entitled Out4Good. This signature program will empower individuals to transition back to their communities, providing skills development, workforce readiness, job training and placement.
August 20, 2020 —Diversity Best Practices (DBP) unveiled its fourth annual Inclusion Index. Aramark was among the 98 organizations that earned a place on the index.
August 13, 2020 - NYC Healthcare Heroes, a city-wide philanthropic program launched by the Debra and Leon Black Family in partnership with Aramark, has successfully completed deliveries of more than 400,000 care packages.
The rate of telehealth use in patient visits today compared to pre-COVID-19 levels has exploded. Telehealth is now viewed as an essential tool in patient care and has even become an important tool in the fight against COVID-19. Discover the benefits of telehealth, along with best practices, in this timely case study.
At Aramark, we have our finger on the pulse of the wide array of digital innovations underway to better serve dining programs and integrated facilities management—and we’re already using numerous leading-edge technologies right now while we push boundaries with new developments every day.
大量偷拍情侣自拍视频Top patient, visitor and staff questions about café dining at your hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic answered – and what you can do to help keep them safe and healthy. See the new data in this eye-opening infographic.
August 5, 2020 – As many college campuses make arrangements to safely open amid COVID-19, Aramark is prepared to meet the safety and hygiene standards required in today’s ever-changing environment. This includes introducing a variety of new programs and service offerings to support a safe, enjoyable campus dining experience.
Enrolling in federal reimbursement programs like the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) can reduce food insecurity while eliminating stigma for students and administrative burdens for districts. Aramark has worked closely with many districts to help them determine if CEP is right for them and implement it without losing revenue.