BALTIMORE — Willie Snead IV, wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens has teamed up with UnitedHealthCare to provide meals to Baltimore families in need during COVID-19.
Through the partnership, the YMCA of Central Maryland will provide 40 pound boxes of non-perishables for 750 of the most needy families in the city.
Snead, who joined the Ravens for the 2019 season, has committed to a $15,000 donation. UnitedHealthCare will match the donation.
"I want to thank you all the first responders, all the doctors, all the medical staff around the world and around our country who are risking their lives everyday to make sure that people are recovering from this virus and that can go home to their families," Snead said in his Instagram video.
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Let’s all come together to defeat this virus. Thank you to all the doctors, nurses, and healthcare professionals leading the fight on the frontline! Special thanks to United Health Care (@unitedhealthcare) for partnering with me to help feed the city of Baltimore during this time of need! - ❤️#StayHomeStayStrong #TrustGod