A fundraising campaign to feed hospital and emergency workers in Ireland has raised more than €330,000 in just ten days.
The 'Feed The Heroes' GoFundMe page was set up on 15 March.
Donations from the public are being used to pay restaurants and kitchens to deliver meals to frontline staff who are putting in extra hours during the coronavirus crisis.
The 'Feed The Heroes' GoFundMe page was set up earlier this month.
Founder Cian O Flaherty said: "It was a very small, bright idea to maybe reach €1,000 and drop some food into some of the heroes working in hospitals and on the frontline. But the people of Ireland had a completely different response.
"We have been inundated with over 7,500 donations, which has allowed us to deliver 4,500 meals to the frontline. The public's response has been one of the most humbling experiences of my life."
'Naomi's Kitchen', an events catering company in Glenageary, south Co Dublin, is one of the 300-plus food operators who have signed up to help.