Zach LaVine, Bulls donate meals to 2,000 Chicago healthcare workers




 

Every day this week, the Bulls will deliver meals to 2,000 healthcare workers at various Advocate Health Care and Rush Medical Center locations around Chicago, the team announced in a statement Tuesday morning.

In the release, Zach LaVine, specifically, was thanked for a generous donation towards the gesture. Beatrix, Coca-Cola, Dunkin', Giordano's, Portillo's and Taffy Apple will also provide resources and assistance delivering meals.

Advocate and Rush are each hospital partners of the Bulls.

In March, LaVine pledged 12,500 meals to those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in his hometown Seattle (details linked to below). LaVine traversed back West to be closer to family after the league's suspension.

Add this to the growing list of ways the Bulls organization and its players are stepping up in a time of great need. Find a bulleted summary of other ways the Bulls and their players are aiding their respective communities below:

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