Eric Stonestreet is doing his bit to help amid the current coronavirus crisis.
Stonestreet revealed he’s donating 200,000 meals to the Kansas City-based Harvesters food bank.
The “Modern Family” actor explained, “I’m only posting this to maybe motivate you to do what you can, when you can, if you can, to help vulnerable families in our community during this time.”
He also pointed out that Harvesters were doing as much as they could to get food to people through mobile distributions.
Stonestreet previously took to Instagram to share a poem with anyone who is self-quarantining at home.
His message included, “Don’t be a bonehead. Be at home instead. Don’t be a punk. Hunk(er) Don’t be mean. Quarantine.
“I’m just spitballing here. Oops, bad choice of words there. Brainstorming, I mean.”
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Don’t be a bonehead. Be at home instead. Don’t be a punk. Hunk(er) Don’t be mean. Quarantine. I’m just spitballing here. Oops bad choice of words there. Brain storming, I mean. Just be smart and be cool and the new cool is staying home and protecting our grandparents and others, if you don’t have to be out or at work. #wegotthisifwesticktogether but #sticktogether #apartfromoneanother. 👍🏻😷
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