‘Stranger Things‘ star Millie Bobby Brown donated thousands of meals to food banks to help those affected by the Coronavirus pandemic.
The ‘Stranger Things’ star took to Instagram on Friday to announce her family had given 20,000 meals to food banks in New Mexico and Atlanta, where the hit TV series is set to film once the Coronavirus pandemic is over.
“While we stay home and do our part to flatten the curve, we must not forget those in need,” wrote Brown, who plays Eleven. “My thoughts are with the great people and crew from Santa Fe, NM whom we didn’t yet get to meet in our company move on ‘Stranger Things.’ In appreciation of this community, my family and I have donated 20,000 meals to The Food Depot, which will provide meals for those hungry in the Northern New Mexico service area.”
“Also, to all those in Atlanta who have embraced us, to the ST crew and their families, you’re in our thoughts. My family and I have donated 20,000 meals to the Atlanta Community Food Bank, which will provide meals for those hungry in their service area.”
Brown asked her fans to “find enjoyment in the simple things” during social distancing.”Reflect on the impact of great people and then share the love with others,” she continued. “A special shout-out to those who have supported me, inspired and empowered me, whom I admire and just make me happy.”
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