PSG stadium becomes a centre to help hospitals by preparing 25,000 meals

The Parc des Princes is no longer a centre of football in Paris, as it has become a centre for Paris Saint-Germain's efforts to help hospitals in the city by preparing 25,000 meals to be delivered to them.

The kitchens within the stadium have made up to 1,200 meals per day, with 60 volunteers helping to make that possible.

These meals are then delivered via food trucks courtesy of the charity 'Street Food on the Move', who take the meals to hospitals and care facilities throughout the French capital.

PSG made their facilities available at the request of club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who was keen for the club to do everything they could to help the public effort with regards to the COVID-19 pandemic.

This has happened since April 9 and PSG estimate that they have already helped deliver more than 5,000 meals to seven different hospitals in the Parisian public health network.

The project has been finances through another initiative launched by PSG itself, with the creation of a team jersey with the TOUS UNIS ('All United') motto, which could be purchased online.

The money raised by the sales of these 1,500 special shirts has gone to help the food delivery project.
PSG stadium becomes a centre to help hospitals by preparing 25,000 meals

PSG stadium becomes a centre to help hospitals by preparing 25,000 meals


PSG stadium becomes a centre to help hospitals by preparing 25,000 meals

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