Kyle Kuzma Partners With YMCA For Donating Meals To The Elderly Amidst Coronavirus

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Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma recently decided to donate food to elderly in his hometown by teaming up with Flint, Michigan, YMCA to provide meals every day.

Written By Devika Pawar | Mumbai | Updated On:
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After the NBA suspended league activities last week, various NBA players have donated to help curb the coronavirus outbreak. Players like Kevin Love and Zion Williamson took initiative to donate money for the staff that gets paid on an hourly basis, while Steph and Ayesha Curry decided to give lunch to children affected by the virus. Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma recently decided to donate food to the elderly in his hometown.

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NBA coronavirus update: Kyle Kuzma donates meals by teaming up with YMCA to donate meal for senior citizens

The 24-year-old forward will be helping out his hometown during the pandemic. According to Bill Oram of The Athletic, Kuzma has teamed up with Flint, Michigan, YMCA to provide meals for senior citizens. YMCA will give meals and a light snack to seniors from March 23. Every day for at least six weeks, at least 550 meals will be given every night.

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