Former unified light welterweight world champion Amir Khan left behind the need to help people with the supplies needed amid a global outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. The boxing veteran has donated his four-storey house to the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK to protect COVID-19 patients who were outnumbered in the past, and Amir Khan continued his good deeds through his foundation this week. Amir Khan recently posted a video from his official social media handle and announced that the ‘Amir Khan Foundation’ is also active in Pakistan where they help people with financial support and other supplies needed in the midst of a medical crisis.
COVID-19: Amir Khan promises to help his homeland, Pakistan, amid a coronavirus pandemic
British citizen Amir Khan recently took to Instagram and posted a video where a representative from the Amir Khan Foundation was seen explaining the current function in Pakistan. Amir Khan’s Boxing Academy is currently used to serve people in the country in the midst of a medical crisis and the former world champion is providing 12,000 bags of family food for people in need in Pakistan. Amir Khan quoted the text and wrote, “We do a lot of work in the UK but we cannot forget our motherland, Pakistan. We with support of @amirkhanfoundation gave 12,000 family food bags. Thank you all for supporting the Amir khan foundation. And those who need it. . “
Amir Khan’s heroic attitude earned him praise from fans on social media. While various combat sports stars play an active role in supporting their country amid a global pandemic coronavirus outbreak, Amir Khan has also done his part, both for Pakistan and Britain.
Image courtesy of: Amir Khan Twitter
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