The money will be used to provide assistance to vulnerable families, pensioners, individuals who have been affected financially, the homeless and frontline NHS staff who continue to work through the pandemic.Coronavirus latest: Gyms to close, domestic cricket delayedThree Portsmouth players test positive
With self-isolation and social distancing currently being essential for certain groups - such as elderly people and those with underlying health issues - and recommended for everyone else, the Celtic Foundation will also be making an effort to reach out by telephone to their existing participants and new groups that find themselves alone.
From midweek, Celtic say they will feed around 250 people, including NHS frontline staff,镇江彩民10元守号播种双色球二等奖,博天环境收问询函：此前公司获纾困贷款后股东即减持, at Celtic Park over three sittings every weekday, grow delivery to reach the most vulnerable and isolated through the local foodbank network, and provide funding to a host of charity partners to urgently provide food to the most vulnerable in the community.
Celtic's chief executive, Peter Lawwell, said: "Our Club was born to bring comfort to the most vulnerable on our doorstep and we strive to maintain that charitable principle today, through the work of Celtic FC Foundation.
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"The current climate we face is both alien and daunting and, as a family, we must do everything in our power to provide assistance and comfort to those who need it most.