Updating this story as new examples arrive.
During the partial shutdown of the federal government in 2019, many TSA employees continued to show up for work despite missing paychecks.
To help them out, airport employees, airlines and airport concessionaires around the country joined with social service agencies and the local community to stock pantries with food and goods.
Now at some airports, TSA workers are returning the favor by setting up food pantries and special meals for airport employees who have had hours cut or who have been put out of work because there are so few passengers in airports.
Here’s what’s happening at Portland International Airport (PDX).
TSA employees at Dulles International Airport (IAD) have set up a food pantry for airport workers.
And at T.F. Green International Airport (PVD) in Rhode Island, TSA officers chipped in and bought pizza dinners – twice so far – for their fellow airport workers, including wheelchair attendants and airline employees.
We’ll update this list of good-deeds as we hear of my examples.