Hallmark Channel has gathered some of its most influential stars to show appreciation to those working to make the lives of others easier during the coronavirus pandemic. As Broadcasting+Cable reports, the network launched a series of ads thanking “frontline” heroes on Monday with the hashtag #CareEnough.

Among those to make a cameo in the first tribute ad include Cameron Candace Bure, Lacey Chabert, and Holly Robinson Peete.

“Thank you so much to all the hospitals, doctors, nurses, people on the frontline,” Peete began. "And we appreciate you.”

Chabert added, “Those who are stocking the grocery store shelves and driving trucks and making deliveries. You are all heroes...You really are my hero and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

“We are all in this together,” Bure chimed in. “Hang in there. We can do this together.”

Bure has starred in a number of Hallmark films, including the Aurora Teagarden mystery movie series. However, she is most known for her roles in the channel’s Christmas movies such as “Switched for Christmas” and “Moonlight and Mistletoe.”

Chabert has also claimed her fair share of roles on the network including her parts in the “Crossword Mysteries” and “Matchmaker Santa.”

As for Peete, “Morning Show Mysteries” and the series “Meet the Peetes” are among her Hallmark credits.

Other Hallmark stars that will appear in the #CareEnough campaign include Viv Leacock, Rachel Boston, Kristoffer Polaha, Alexa and Carlos PenaVega, and Danica McKellar.

The channel’s efforts during the pandemic follow its parent company Hallmark Cards’ pledge to donate two million cards in packs of threes for viewers to send to their family and peers during quarantine, the Media Village reports. Those interested in receiving the cards can sign up on the channel’s website. The offer is available while supplies last.

To keep up with the #CareEnough conversation, search the hashtag and follow the Hallmark Channel on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

Candace Cameron Bure Actress Candace Cameron Bure is pictured here at the New York premiere of the film "Ricki and the Flash" on Aug. 6. Photo: Getty Images