Arizona Cardinals: Isaiah Simmons, DeAndre Hopkins donate
Newly acquired Arizona Cardinals DeAndre Hopkins and Isaiah Simmons donate meals in Arizona.
Beyond Meat, a company that makes their burgers, beef and sausages through plant-based products, has made a goal to help feed over one million people in the country. It will donate and distribute its burgers to food banks, frontline workers, and organizations in need over the course of 30 days. A couple of Arizona Cardinals players have chipped in to help.
With Cardinals receiver DeAndre Hopkins’ help, the company was able to distribute meals to the Boys and Girls Club in Phoenix. The club’s mission is to provide parents with programs that will help develop their children into responsible adults.
“I am thankful I was given a chance to give to people in my community,” Hopkins wrote on his Instagram. “Stay safe and stay at home everyone.”
Hopkins also donated to an organization at his former home in Houston through the Madge Bush Transitional Living Center. Beyond Meat will donate their burgers to this social service organization that focuses on providing housing and support to homeless women and their children for as long as two years.
Isaiah Simmons has also become a fan favorite in the community, as he and Bose teamed up to donate 60,000 meals to the Harvest Compassion Center in Phoenix, Maryvale and Chandler.
The Harvest Compassion Center is a food bank that provides food and clothing for free to anyone who walks in.
Its goal is to provide the essentials for families in the community that are in need, such as food, hygiene products and clothing.
Simmons, Hopkins and the Arizona Cardinals have been busy during the pandemic despite not being able to participate in any offseason workouts with their teammates.
Hopkins previously donated to the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund, Chandler Jones donated over 150,000 meals for food banks in Arizona and New York, Kyler Murray donated $25,000 to help children with their meals, and Larry Fitzgerald delivered meals to first responders.