The Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer League recently made a $1,000 donation to NY Loves Coffee and Elmhurst Hospital.

The donation was made to give healthcare workers a token of appreciation from the league for the work that they are doing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Elmhurst Hospital was hit very hard by cases and patient deaths in the early days of the pandemic.

“The CJSL, on behalf of its member clubs, donated 400 cups of iced coffee and iced tea plus 100 doughnuts to Elmhurst Hospital through NY Loves Coffee, an initiative for individuals and corporations to contribute coffee to be delivered for free to New York City hospitals,” CJSL first vice president Paul Kontonis said. “A free cup of coffee is a token of appreciation and thanks for everything our New York City healthcare workers are doing.”

A video of the delivery is linked here:

Delivering smiles to Elmhurst Hospital

Free coffee and donuts can bring smiles even to the most stressed and fatigued. NYLOVESCOFFEE delivered to Elmhurst Hospital with Bean & Bean and Dough donated by the Cosmopolitan Junior Soccer-League NY. The enormity of the pandemic and its impact on the people and the community could be felt everywhere but the humanity and love of the healthcare workers at the hospital was limitless.Thank you to Wayne Zimmerman, COO of the Elmhurst Hospital, for helping to organize. #NYLOVESCOFFEE is a partnership of speciality coffee shops in NYC that let you contribute coffee to be delivered for free to NYC Hospitals. These coffee purchases keep these small businesses brewing throughout this crisis and send much needed support to those on the frontlines as they care for our community. Please do your part 🙏 and buy coffee for NYC Hospitals, and we will deliver it with ❤️ for you

Posted by NYLovesCoffee on Monday, April 27, 2020


NY Loves Coffee partnered with specialty coffee shops in New York to deliver fresh coffee to hospitals across the city. The coffee purchases keep these small businesses percolating throughout the crisis and sends support and thanks to those on the frontlines as they care for ailing New York City residents.

New York has by far the most COVID-19-related fatalities of any state with more than 20,000 New York State citizens dying from it. New York City has accounted for more than 60 percent of those deaths.