Virat Kohli is known for his unreal exploits on the cricket field. On-field the Indian captain lets his bat do the talking but off it he makes sure that he always helps the indigent. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Kohli numerous times came ahead and generously aided the less fortunate people of the country.
Now in these trying times, Kohli with his association with a healthcare brand Vize is all set to grant the profits from the sale of their products. Kohli will be contributing his earnings to a charity organisation named Raah Foundation who will feed 10,000 disadvantaged malnourished children in the state of Maharashtra.
Virat Kohli To Donate His Earnings To Help Underprivileged Children
In a media release, Kohli stated that he is jovial to be part of the initiative by Vize which will aim to lessen to malnutrition difficulties in India. The Indian captain also lauded all the COVID-19 heroes who have constantly put their health at risk while protecting others. Kohli is inspired to be associated with Vize as it is a way of displaying his solidarity towards his countrymen.
“I’m glad to be a part of this initiative which aims to fight against malnutrition in India through my earnings from Vize”.
“As sportspersons, we athletes are recipients of much love and hero-worship. But in these difficult times, it is the Covid-19 warriors who are the true heroes who are putting their lives at risk to save the others. I feel excited to be associated with Vize because it is my way of expressing solidarity with fellow Indians”, Kohli was quoted by saying as per a report in mykhel.com.
The founder of Vize, Akshat Jain is ecstatic to have Virat Kohli on board as their brand ambassador as he exhibits values such as discipline, preparedness, world-class standards and others.
“We have chosen Virat Kohli as the brand ambassador to reflect the values of preparedness, discipline, rigour, and world-class standards,” Jain said.
Meanwhile, Kohli is currently in Australia preparing for the big tour ahead. Kohli will be leading the Indian team in ODI and T20I series. After the conclusion of the first Test match at Adelaide, Kohli will fly to India to attend the birth of his first child.