Shahid Afridi offers free services to brands
Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Khan Afridi agreed to work for brands, not for money or personal gain, but for ration exchange and funds that can be used to support the underprivileged suffering from the coronavirus lockdown.
Taking to Twitter, Afridi said: “I have been lucky to have worked with many brands for ads/promotion. Now working first hand with the ones suffering during COVID-19, I have a proposal to all brands: I will work with brands for free personally - I just want ration and funds in return,” read the tweet.
I have been lucky to have worked with many brands for ads/promotion. Now working first hand with the ones suffering during #COVID2019 I have a proposal to al brands: I will work with brands for free personally - I just want ration and funds in return #DonateKaroNa @SAFoundationN pic.twitter.com/UI43gkBTmo— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) April 13, 2020
'Boom Boom' Afridi held a ration campaign titled ‘Donate Karo Na’ for the struggling minorities in the country. He donated essential supplies to Hindu and Christian communities in need at a time where Pakistan battles the COVID-19 pandemic at neck break speed.
Shahid Afridi has been pretty active on the ground helping out the bottom strata and economically weaker sections of the society in the country to help them fight against Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Through the Shahid Afridi Foundation, the iconic Pakistani all-rounder has raised funds and delivered essential supplies to over 2000 families. In India as well as Pakistan, many cricketers have come forward and donated.
The number of Coronavirus infection cases in the country has reached 5,374.
These include 2594 in Punjab, 1411 in Sindh, 744 in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, 230 in Balochistan, 224 in Gilgit-Baltistan, 131 in Islamabad, and 40 in Azad Kashmir. 1,095 patients have recovered and 93 have died.
Meanwhile, the worldwide death toll from coronavirus pandemic has risen to 112,510 and more than one point eight million declared cases have been registered in over 190 countries and territories.