Join us in thanking essential workers.
Wellness is our passion. At a time where health is at risk, we want to do our part to support and protect the wellness of those essential workers who are keeping us safe, fed, and healthy. But, we need your help!
Here are 2 ways you can join us in giving back...
1. Donate to the Frontline Responders COVID Relief Fund (if you can).
2. Nominate an essential worker by completing the form below and we will gift them a free FOCL care package.
FOCL donated $10,000 to the Frontline Responders COVID-19 relief fund, which was generously matched by Tim Ferris. They're working to get critical supplies to frontline responders and we’re honored to support their efforts.
If you can give $5 or $5,000 any little bit helps to provide relief.
FOCL will provide care packages, free of cost, to the first 500 submissions.
FOCL reserves the right to confirm nominee status as an essential worker.
FOCL will not share any private information provided.
FOCL only ships to 47 US states - all but South Dakota, Nebraska and Idaho.
Please limit to 2 nominees.
*Essential Workers are defined as someone that performs work involving the safety of human life and the protection of property, according to the 2013 Essential Services Act:
Workers conducting COVID-19 research and testing.
Pharmacy employees who are necessary for filling prescriptions.
Workers who provide security services to hospitals and other critical industries.
Mass transit and airport workers.
Food and agricultural workers, to include those who work in grocery stores and restaurants.
Energy sector employees considered critical to sustaining utilities, telecommunications and natural gas, among others.
Gas station employees are included. Mortuary and funeral service workers, including crematoriums and cemetery workers.
Employees who manufacture safety and sanitary products, medical equipment, pharmaceuticals, chemicals and food processing.
Workers who support national security commitments and the military.
Water and wastewater employees needed to manage drinking water supplies.
Building cleaners and janitors.
Those who work in trash collection and disposal, animal shelters, certain warehouse and fulfillment centers, food banks and mail and shipping service centers.