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While this global health pandemic has created a world of uncertainty, the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders commitment to NEPA has never been stronger. Our corporate and charitable partners in this region have made significant strides through increased safety measures, adjusted store and product availability, health education and resources for in-home work and activities.

Below is a list of ways in which our partners are helping us get through this challenge together and partners who need our help.

Stay safe NEPA.

From our partners at Geisinger Health System, here are a few things you can do to stay safe and help prevent the spread of COVID-19:

  • Practice physical distancing (social distancing). Don't shake hands, avoid crowds and stay at least 6 feet away from others. 
  • Wash your hands - often. And for at least 20 seconds. Alcohol-based sanitizers and wipes with at least 60% alcohol are good, too.
  • Avoid touching your face. Especially your mouth, nose and eyes. Also, cover your mouth and nose when coughing and sneezing to stop the spread of viruses, like COVID-19, that are spread through droplets.
  • Keep surfaces clean and disinfected at your home, school and workplace.
  • If you are sick, stay home, rest and drink lots of fluids.
  • Wear a homemade cloth or fabric mask if you must leave your home.

If you are experiencing symptoms of fever, cough or shortness of breath, the best thing to do is contact your doctor.

Corporate Partner Resources

As concerns continue to rise about the strain of coronavirus that causes COVID-19, we ask that if you're feeling like you may have symptoms or are not feeling well, to call your primary care provider or our 24/7 hotline 570-284-3657 BEFORE going to the doctor's office, ER or urgent care. This will help limit exposure to other community members as well as our team members.

PNC understands the significant impact that the coronavirus pandemic is having on many of our consumer, small business and corporate and institutional bank customers. We continue to work with those impacted, providing a variety of solutions that make the most sense for meeting their particular needs.

In addition to these solutions, we recently have supported consumers and businesses with billions of dollars of incremental loans. The newly enacted federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act provides a variety of additional emergency relief programs for businesses (including the Paycheck Protection Program) and consumers. We are actively working to operationalize these programs as quickly as possible so that we can further assist our customers in maximizing their relief under the Act's provisions.

As we navigate these uncertain times together, the safety and well-being of our customers, employees and the communities we serve remains our top priority. We will continue to update this site on the steps PNC is taking to do just that.

We're #inthistogether, Railriders fans! Which is why Dunkin' has delivered 40,000 gift cards to medical workers at 157 hospitals across the country, and counting! Send a hero - a doctor, nurse, first response, teacher, neighbor, grocery clerk, postal & BEYOND - you know a little thanks with a Dunkin' eGift Card by visiting

For every gift card purchased, Dunkin' will donate $1, up to $100,000, to the Dunkin' Joy in Childhood Foundation emergency funds, that go straight to non-profits helping families affected by COVID-19!

Major League Baseball is teaming up with a sports apparel retailer to help with a national shortage of personal protective equipment for health care workers. MLB and Fanatics are shifting production from jerseys to masks and gowns for those on the front lines of the fight against coronavirus.

The shortage is causing health care workers to resort to desperate measures and save supplies intended for a single usage. Jersey fabric will be used to make masks and hospital gowns in Fanatics' manufacturing plant in Easton, Pennsylvania. MLB and Fanatics will pay for associated costs.

Hear the latest on the Confronting COVID-19 podcast. On our coronavirus podcast, experts share information on signs and symptoms of Coronavirus, how to help keep you and your family healthy, coping with stress and anxiety, and how to make the most of these long days of social distancing. Produced by Highmark Blue Shield and iHeart Production, and hosted by Bonny Diver of iHeartMedia.

What Can I Do to Help?

The American Red Cross Northeastern Pennsylvania chapter serves residents of Lackawanna, Luzerne, Susquehanna, and Wyoming counties. With a population of approximately 600,000 people, our chapter provides food and shelter in emergencies, assists members of our armed forces and their families, teaches lifesaving skills, collects lifesaving blood, and so much more. All American Red Cross disaster assistance is free, made possible by voluntary donations of time and money from the American people.

Housed within the Monsignor Andrew J. McGowan Center for Healthy Living, the Harry & Jeanette Weinberg Northeast Regional Food Bank services charitable organizations by providing food to alleviate hunger and promote proper nutrition, particularly among children and the elderly.

The mission of Friends of the Poor is to bring together in friendship those who have the desire to give with those who are in need of assistance, in order to ease the burden of living in poverty and enhance the quality of life for all.

Keystone Mission leadership and staff continue to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak day-by-day and seeks guidance from the federal, state, and local authorities. The Board of Directors and CEO place their priority on the safety of its staff, guests, volunteers, and donors during the national crisis. The Mission's leadership has made the executive decision to cut back staffing, per the government recommended guidelines, for the foreseeable future. Keystone Mission has outlined frequently asked questions regarding operations in the coming days. The Mission is committed to keep our doors open and be a Beacon of Hope.

The Family Service Association of NEPA is a non-profit organization that works with children, individuals, families and communities to achieve their potential. They have a program called "Dial 2-1-1" which serves 17 counties across NEPA and is a toll-free number connecting the community to health and human services. Anyone can "Dial 2-1-1" to get the most up-to-date COVID-19 information or reach out for help with utility assistance, food banks, emergency housing, child abuse/neglect, support groups, mental health, substance abuse, aging services, and more. Dial 2-1-1 for their help and services OR visit the link below for more information.

Food and Beverage

While the dining room is closed, La Tolteca is taking orders for takeout and curbside pick-up. Call (570) 825-5001 to place an order.

Revello's Pizza is open for takeout orders or you can ship a tray! Call (570) 457-9843.

Although the dining room is closed, Food & Fire is taking orders for takeout with curbside pickup and delivery options. Call (570) 471-0266 to place an order.