ThinkSecureNet and Grotto Pizza recently teamed up to bring lunch to the Seaford Volunteer Fire Department. “Grotto Pizza is proud to support our local heroes at the Seaford Volunteer Fire Department,” said Jeff Gosnear, Vice President at Grotto Pizza. “We appreciate their bravery and dedication to protect our community and keep us safe.” Grotto Pizza, an iconic casual dining restaurant with 19 locations in Delaware and Maryland, is celebrating its 60th year in business. The restaurant is open for dining room and bar service and also offers curbside pickup and delivery. Grotto Pizza is a community-oriented, family friendly restaurant that specializes in award-winning pizza and hospitality. The full menu includes pizza, pasta, sandwiches, subs, salads and more. To find a location near you or view the full menu, visit GrottoPizza.com. “We are here to support the community and do our part to fight COVID-19. We thank all first-responders for your service to our state and community,” said Jack Berberian, CEO of ThinkSecureNet which is headquartered in Lewes and provides managed IT solutions and support to local companies as well as to clients nationwide across all industries. SecureNetMD, a division of ThinkSecureNet, focuses exclusively on healthcare IT solutions. Berberian has helped raise funds for hospital medical supplies and offered free help desk services for first responders and their families. ThinkSecureNet has also covered the cost of rooms for first responders, troopers, firefighters and nurses and ensured that food and other items — as well as hotel accommodations — are available for the health care staff if needed. The company has also established an account with a national food distributor to provide affordable food and other items to ThinkSecureNet’s teams and families. The two companies split the cost of the lunch.