Wearing a mask, gloves and a Moschino t-shirt, the attacker distributed vital packages, along with other volunteers, in the Botavén district of Cerete, where he grew up.
The 23-year-old’s kind gesture was organized by his charity, the Alfredo Morelos Foundation, in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic.
The foreclosure was enforced in the Cerete area until April 26.
Comforting images show that the Gers player makes his way through the city on Tuesday transporting vital packages, wrapped in garbage bags, from the car trunk to individual houses.
A press release from the foundation reads as follows:
“The footballer knows the realities the country is facing due to Covid-19.
“So he donated hundreds of packages to provide families with food during the compulsory self-isolation period until April 26.
“Other areas of Cereté also received food.
“With the humility for which he is famous, Alfredo made deliveries house by house and told the families that they were not alone in this crisis.
“He also mentioned the free psychosocial services provided by the Foundation to all those who need counseling to deal with depression, anxiety, fear, domestic violence, among others. “
Ranger fans hailed the player for his “phenomenal gesture.”
One of them wrote, “A big heart in football, and even more in generosity.
“Colombians and Scots love you.
Another added: “Incredible Alfredo, well done.
“What a phenomenal gesture. “
A third commented: Well, Morelos! ”
Coronavirus in Scotland
We have told how Alfredo is expecting his first child, a little girl with his wife Yesenia.
The couple, married for almost six years, revealed the gender of the unborn baby on social networks to their 190,000 subscribers.
In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, future parents must return to their naive Colombia from their Glasgow apartment to be with their family.