Tom Schwartz and Tom Sandoval are helping their out-of-work staff amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Just days after the “Vanderpump Rules” duo announced that they were forced to close their restaurant TomTom to adhere to Los Angeles restrictions, they revealed that they’ll donate 100% of their earnings from Cameo to the staff — and match the amount up to $10,000.
“It’s the least we can do for our Tomtom staff/family,” Schwartz told Page Six. “We just wanted to do something that could help them during this difficult time!”
A video from the co-stars on Cameo — a service that offers personalized greetings from celebs to their fans — are $150 each, and according to Cameo, take about two days to make.
“I just want to do something during this time of uncertainty. I can’t save the whole world at once but wanted to start somewhere close to home,” Sandoval told us. “Love and appreciate everyone who works at TomTom, it ceases to exist without their hard work and awesome attitudes. I’ve worked in restaurants my whole life and can’t imagine what I would be doing right now if this happened to me when I first moved to LA.”
Many of their friends expressed gratitude on social media, with the restaurant’s general manager Max Boyens writing, “I appreciate you guys 💕.”
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