The company details the kind gesture, named "Helping Jackson Shine," on its website.
"Many in our community are fighting the good fight to properly socially distance, provide assistance to those who are struck financially by this crisis, and working on the frontlines at our healthcare centers," writes Premier. "Our Premier team would like [to] play our part to help ease the burden."
Much of the free services being offered will take place in the offices and workspaces of nonprofits and organizations. Other services will benefit individuals who are helping Jackson Hole through this pandemic by working in healthcare, for an essential business or by volunteering.