The saying goes, "Not all heroes wear capes", and this is the case with SuperSport United defender Clayton Daniels, who recently visited a local community to hand out food parcels as his way of giving back. Check it out!
The COVID-19 outbreak, coupled with the nationwide lockdown, has crippled many, especially the less fortunate who struggle to make ends meet.
In a bid to help those who have been struggling during the pandemic, Daniels, along with a waste management company called "Waste Want", visited the community of Bishop Lavis in Cape Town to deliver some food parcels to those in need.
Taking to Instagram Stories, Daniels said, "Great appreciation shown by our people for the food parcel handed out there made so many more I want to help, I would like to Thank @Rowenanderson & Family and also @Wastewant the Company that help me make it possible, There are more many Families that needs the help if there is anyone that would love to help please contact me Clayton Daniels @hare4wp. Once Again Thank You Everyone. My people were extremely Happy."
To see some images of Daniels giving back to the community, scroll through the gallery above!
Do you think more footballers should be giving back during this time of need?