Athletes and other people in positions of influence are continuing to give and give towards varying relief funds in the fight against COVID-19 and you can put defensive tackle Sebastian Joseph-Day on the list of NFL players doing their part.
On Tuesday, Joseph-Day donated $10,000 to the Edward Charles Foundation in Beverly Hills which will go to funding 250 meals for front line medical personnel and their families. According to the release from his foundation, the medical workers being fed are employees of Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
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Per Joseph-Day: “There’s so many healthcare workers and medical specialists that are putting their lives on the line to help contain this pandemic. I wanted to try and provide at least some relief to those that are risking their lives to help fight the coronavirus.”
In this moment, we can’t get enough of good news. So kudos for Joseph-Day in giving us this little spark of kindness.
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