Chelsea to provide 78,000 meals for medical, charity workers

Chelsea to provide 78,000 meals for medical, charity workers

Chelsea will provide 78,000 free meals to Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) staff and charities that are supporting the “elderly and vulnerable” during the coronavirus crisis, the Premier League club said Thursday.

“We are and have always been committed to supporting our communities, especially the vulnerable, and at this time we recognise this is more important than ever,” Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck said. “Our owner, Roman Abramovich, has been instrumental in challenging us to find ways to support those in need.”

Chelsea have further opened two of their hotels to provide accommodation for NHS staff.

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