Did Minnesota United FC help during the Covid-19 pandemic?

Yes!

RATING: +4
  • Minnesota United sent an email to some of its part-time gameday workers that advised they file for unemployment compensation while the MLS season is suspended and named three corporate partners that are hiring. Many NBA, NHL and Major League Baseball teams and some of their biggest stars have pledged to pay or provide financial assistance to arena or stadium workers who are now out of work with pro-sports seasons in the United States and Canada suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic (Star Tribune)
  1. MNUFC and Delaware North Services donated nearly 2,000 pounds of food from Allianz Field to the Aliveness Project and Second Harvest (MLS Soccer)
  2. The Minnesota United front office is working with Allina Heath to create and donate hand-sewn facemasks to local Allina-affiliated care centers (MLS Soccer)
  3. In partnership with the local government, MNUFC and its players are creating a PSA to support the statewide #StayHomeMN campaign (MLS Soccer)
  4. Midfielder Ethan Finlay set up a fundraiser through the Sheridan Story to help feed more than 1,000 kids in the Twin Cities, matching donations up to $1,300 (MLS Soccer)
  5. Minnesota United is providing funds to the Neighbors United Funding Collaborative (NUFC) to assist businesses in their efforts to survive the economic shutdown (MLS Soccer)
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