Russell Wilson and his wife Ciara donate a million meals to people in need during the coronavirus
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and his pop superstar wife Ciara have declared they will donate a million foods to help provide meals to people in need through the coronavirus pandemic.
The potent few are making their contribution through Seattle Food Lifeline, a company that offers the equivalent of 134,000 meals every day and obtained # 58m of meals this past year, according to its own site.
In a video posted to his Twitter accounts, Wilson explained: “Obviously, this worldwide coronavirus outbreak is changing the planet, second by second, minute by minute.
“So what we’ve decided to do is associate with our regional food bank in Seattle, Seattle Food Lifeline. We will give a million foods to really make a difference.
Ciara added: “we would like to encourage all to join us in almost any way they could, large or little. Everything we do collectively creates a difference and together we’ll conquer this challenging time that has been occurring.”
Wilson isn’t the sole NFL star that has been devoting this week to assist individuals whose situation has been negatively influenced by the coronavirus pandemic.
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes declared He’d contribute 15,000 dishes to the Harvesters Community Food Network in Kansas City and $100,000 into”Kansas City public school lunch programs and neighborhood organizations offering food and household items to needy families.”
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was challenged by Hill and pitched his contribution to 12,000 meals.
Your contribution provides more than a million foods for all those in need.