Being a healthcare worker doesn’t make gas any cheaper, unless you’re a customer of the Penn Forest Plaza Sunoco in Jim Thorpe, Pa. Local news station WNEP reported that store manager Andy Day was giving away free gas to healthcare workers and first responders who showed their employee ID or badge. According to WNEP, Day has kept the free gas flowing as long as possible, with the help of Jared Hoffman, the owner of All-Points Towing, a nearby business. "It means everything. I mean, everyone's going through the same pandemic. We're all fighting for business, we're all fighting for our lives. And they're the ones that are [facing] the biggest fight, more or less, and whatever we can do to help them continue what they're doing," Hoffman said to WNEP. Hoffman donated $1,500 to the Sunoco station to help supply healthcare workers and first responders with free gas. He also donated the money to help another local business. “I'm hoping more people join in and help us wherever they can. I know a lot of people don't have the money and stuff right now. They're all running on ‘E,’ but every little bit helps," said Hoffman.