There's a lot of good being done in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, which has sparked Henrik Lundqvist to do more.
The New York Rangers goalie pledged $100,000 through his foundation to support Food Bank for New York City, a nonprofit that strives to end hunger in the city's five boroughs.
His announcement came on the heels of the Tampa Bay Lightning's decision to donate 500,000 meals to a food pantry in the Tampa Bay area and a $1.2 million pledge to Western New York charities from Buffalo Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula.
Lundqvist and his wife Therese's donation will feed 68,000 meals to 8,000 kids and their families in New York. He's inviting those who can to support the cause too.
"So many people are doing so many good things for others right now," Lundqvist said in a post on Twitter and Instagram. "Me and my wife Therese feel inspired."