The Coronavirus continues to spread throughout the United States. Louisiana is one of the states, in which, the virus has dealt a strong blow.
Saints’ coach Sean Peyton, was the first person in the NFL to contract the virus. After this news, the players began to actively help financially fight the pandemic.
Drew Breeze did not stand aside during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The advocate said he and his wife would donate $ 5 million in Louisiana to fights the coronavirus.
Representatives of the Detroit Lions reported that Matthew Stafford and his wife Kelly have launched several programs that will help people in the new conditions in a pandemic. Corner jaguars Tre Herndon and a girl began working with the Northeast Florida Feeding Fund, which caters to the poor in Northeast Florida. They donated an amount equal to 10,000 servings of food.
The Denver Broncos also donated $ 500,000 for the Colorado pandemic, plus CEO John Alvey personally donated another $ 50,000 to support the state during this difficult time. Dallas midfielder, Sean Lee also donated $ 150,000 to alleviate the crisis during the pandemic.
The Arizona Cardinals were later told that midfielder Chandler Jones would help the Starving Relief Fund buy more than 150,000 dishes for Arizona and Endicott, New York, Jones’s hometown.
Cardinals’ new receiver, Deandre Hopkins, also recently promised a $ 150,000 donation to offset the effects of the pandemic.