It's no secret that Stephen Curry has been using his platform to make an impact during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Curry missed most of the season with a fractured left hand and made his return on March 5, against the Toronto Raptors. The Warriors next game was on March 7 but the team announced roughly two hours before tip-off that Curry would be out because of illness.
"I was the first NBA player tested for COVID-19," Curry said. "Thankfully, my test came back negative."
"So much of the work we're doing during the COVID-19 pandemic is to ensure that every resident in Oakland has access to the food they need," Curry said. "From the moment Oakland schools anounced indefinite closures, our Eat. Learn. Play. foundation has played a crucial role in providing more than 1 million meals to Oakland kids and families."
Going forward, the Curry's are committed to help provide nearly 300,000 meals every week to Oakland residents for the next several months.
"We have a unique opportunity to come together, to bridge humanity; and the future of our world depends on what you do next."