AC Milan continue to be at the forefront of the fight against Coronavirus and have launched yet more initiatives to help those in need.
The fundraising began with the donation of €600,000 by the Fondazione Milan. A further contribution came from the Gordon and Jenny Singer Foundation, which donated €100,000 euros to the San Raffaele hospital in Milan to buy new ventilators.
The club has launched yet another beautiful solidarity project though, as MilanLive notes. In the next few days, basic necessities will be delivered to 2000 season ticket holders who are over 65, an extraordinary initiative already implemented by Roma in recent weeks.
And there’s more. There is an initiative also for the youngest: the club has in fact donated 30 tablets to the Municipality of Milan. These will be distributed to elementary and middle school students to allow them to study and take lessons from home.
Even with football taking a back seat, Milan have found a way to ensure the community is looked after.