Larry Ogunjobi Donates 100,000 Meals

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The impact of the coronavirus is being felt around the country. Cleveland Browns defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi is doing his part.

The former Charlotte 49er announced on Twitter that he is donating 100,000 meals to the Cleveland food bank to help children that are no longer receiving free lunches.
“A lot of people are worried about toilet paper, the hand sanitizer, and all the disinfectant stuff,” Ogunjobi said. “There are kids that are really affected because they don’t have meals to eat.”

Growing up, Ogunjobi can remember a time when he needed free lunches. He knows how important it is to offer support in a time like this.
“You just never know who these kids are going to turn out to be. One small gesture, one nudge in the right direction can change the trajectory of their entire life.”

Ogunjobi believes everyone can join together to help. “Whether it’s $1, $2, $3, $50, whatever, as long as you’re giving back and helping in some kind of way.”