Chicago Fire players are working to help those who are on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19.
Four members of the club’s first team worked with the Chicago Fire Foundation to provide 400 meals for local healthcare workers, in honor of National Nurses Day.
Jonathan Bornstein, CJ Sapong, Brandt Bronico, and Connor Sparrow sent food from four local restaurants—Art of Dosa, La Cocinita, Beatrix, and Vanille, to Chicago-area hospitals.
Sapong talked to Hot Time in Old Town recently about his mom and girlfriend, who are both nurses. And, Sparrow is actually a registered nurse himself.
The food deliveries were made to local hospitals including Rush University Medical Center, NorthShore University HealthSystem, Northwestern Memorial Hospital, and Advocate Christ Medical Center.
Great things happen when Chicago comes together ❤️@ChiFireFound, the Fire first team, and four local restaurants teamed up to deliver 400 meals to Chicago healthcare workers. #NationalNursesDay pic.twitter.com/No0MC5gpBb— Chicago Fire FC (@ChicagoFire) May 6, 2020