Cubs News: Jon Lester donates over 500 meals for frontline workers
|Wednesday, November 25, 2020, 9:35 AM- -|
Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Jon Lester is still doing wonderful things in the Chicago area community.
During this offseason, he bought over $47,000 worth of beer for Cubs fans to show his appreciation for his run in Chicago.
Now, fast forward to this week as he has donated over 500 individual meals to workers at Advocate Illinois Masonic Center and Christ Medical center.
"Thank you, Jon, for feeding our team members during this holiday season," Advocate Health Care posted on social media.
The workers were surprised with BBQ meals and pizza.
Once again, Lester shows that he is a class act off the field and good luck to him during free agency!
In the spirit of the season, @Cubs pitcher @JLester34 generously donated Thanksgiving meals to team members at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center and Christ Medical Center this week. Thank you, Jon, for feeding our team members during this holiday season! pic.twitter.com/h622oFzbP1— Advocate Health Care (@advocatehealth) November 24, 2020
Jon Lester continues to be the man.— Josh Frydman (@Josh_Frydman) November 24, 2020
The former #Cubs pitcher provided meals this week for 400 front line workers at two @AdvocateAurora hospitals. He surprised them with individually packaged meals from @thesmokedaddy BBQ and @HomeRunInn Pizza. @WGNNews pic.twitter.com/uzvGnvVKmk
Many thanks to @Cubs @JLester34 and @thesmokedaddy who collaborated to bring 250 meals to our hardworking night shift at @advocatehealth’s Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center to support them in the midst of COVID. Truly appreciated! pic.twitter.com/LWtF4UXqWs— Chris Toft (@ChristofToft) November 24, 2020