15 Minnesota snack companies have come together to put together the 'MN Hero Snack Pack' campaign to feed those working on the front lines. The idea is all thanks to Dr. Erica Kuhlmann at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul.

Dr. Kuhlmann had reached out to different snack companies around Minnesota, according to KARE 11. She was on the hunt for quality snacks that would be easy to eat on the go for her staff. One of the people she had reached out to was Robyn Frank, owner of Thumbs Cookies in Minneapolis.

Over $5,000 worth of snacks were donated to Bethesda Hospital by Robyn and many other snack companies. Eventually, a bunch of Minnesota snack companies wanted to hop on board and they created 'MN Hero Snack Pack'.

You can help feed those who are on the front lines by donating to 'MN Hero Snack Pack' HERE. Their website says that $25 feeds 8-10 healthcare workers!

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