Boxing legend Amir Khan on Thursday personally delivered face masks, hand soaps and drinks from orange pies to hospitals, nursing homes and fire stations.
The 33-year-old wanted to do something to give back to heroes in & # 39; front line in the middle of & # 39; e pandemic of coronavirus.
He and his friends had a rental van filled with all the goods and brought the supplies to each place, doing all the heavy lifting.
Do it a bit: Amir Khan personally delivered face masks, hand sanitizers and drinks to hospitals and fire stations on Thursday amid the & # 39; coronavirus pandemic
Charitable: He wore a face mask and gloves to carry crate drinks to hospitals
He posted a series of videos on his Instagram account, and wrote: & # 39; A trip to Bolton hospital with & # 39; amirkhanfoundation & # 39; wbccares to provide face masks, sanitizers and drinks.
& # 39; Keep up the good work. Well done #Bolton # Covid19. & # 39;
Amir made sure he was safe for getting out, wearing a mask and gloves and posing for photos.
A little distance, maybe? Amir obliged to take a picture with the people he met that day
Support: Amir took supplies to local nursing homes, as he did his best to help
This is no drill: the local fire station in Bolton also got a visit
The day before, Amir shared a cartoon of himself combating a coronavirus-themed figure in the ring.
He wrote: & # 39; Together we will make out #corona # covid_19. & # 39;
Earlier this week, Amir & # 39; s wife Faryal acknowledged that she was suffering from postnatal depression.
The social media star, 28, expected son Muhammad with husband Amir Khan nine weeks ago, shortly before the UK went into lockdown.
He posted a series of videos to his Instagranm account, and wrote: & # 39; A trip to Bolton hospital with & # 39; amirkhanfoundation & # 39; wbccares to provide face masks, sanitizers and drinks
Help: No costs were spared when it came to distributing items that did not
Sharing is worrying: Amir rushes into Tropicana crates in hospitals to give to those in need
Now with the government saying that everyone stays home for the foreseeable, Faryal admitted that she has trouble not going out and socializing as a family.
Faryal is also the mother of Lamaisah, five, Alayna, 23 months, with the family who isolates at her home in Bolton, Manchester.
Speaking to Metro, Faryal revealed that she also suffered postnatal depression after the birth of her first child, and although this time & # 39; not so bad & # 39; felt, there is the added pressure of a coronavirus pandemic.
Great Movement: The charitable movement was done with the help of the Amir Khan Foundation
Wheely good: He had rented a van that he had packed full of useful goods to the rim
Here to help: The delivery had a personal touch, so Amir wasn't afraid to sit down
She needed: & # 39; Having a newborn baby and then knowing what's in & # 39; a world is happening, all these deaths are happening, everyone is wrestling and people are getting rid of jobs, it was really taking a toll on me, you know?
& # 39; I became really, really upset. But I just try to do other things, read books and find time, pray, and meditate. And I try to make it a positive way.
& # 39; It was a little difficult then & # 39; I first found out that we're on a lockdown and we can't do much. It was a bit difficult to deal with that, but I get used to it. & # 39;
Fancy seeing you here: Healthcare workers appeared happy to meet the boxing legend in person
Dark Age: Meanwhile, Amir's wife, Faryal Makhdoom, has admitted that she is suffering from postnatal depression, while she is stuck in the midst of the coronavirus virus