Chelsea star Christian Pulisic has promised to donate Mexican food to the workers at an American hospital every Saturday for the next month as they continue to fight coronavirus.
The American wants to show his gratitude to those on the frontline at the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, the hospital where he was born.
Pulisic took to Instagram on Saturday to share photos of the first batch of food from Chipotle being delivered, including one box which had a handwritten note on it.
‘We are going through a really tough time at the moment but we have our own superheroes who will help get us through it, the medical professionals all over the world,’ the 21-year-old wrote alongside the images.
‘We will all be in debt forever to these amazing people who have showed bravery and strength to help us fight this virus.
‘To show my gratitude to the Superheroes in my hometown, Hershey, PA – myself and @Chipotle will be sending meals every Saturday (starting today) for the next month to all the brave men and women fighting Covid-19 at the Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, the hospital where I was born.
‘Saturdays have always been a happy day for me – it was the day I could go out and play the game I love, soccer, so hopefully this will bring some happiness to our Superheroes for Saturdays to come.
‘If you have the means to help your local hospital during this tough time, I encourage you to do the same. Everything counts, no matter how small. Stay Safe.