The 21-year-old PSG forwards has given a considerable sum towards helping people that are struggling and vulnerable at a tricky time.
Paris Saint-Germain celebrity Kylian Mbappe has made a ‘very large’ contribution to the Abbe Pierre Foundation — a charity that helps people without housing.
As people are advised to remain inside, those without shelter are in a higher chance of contracting coronavirus and the organisation is very keen to keep people secure and give them a place to stay.
The World Cup winner’s generous action will assist the base to provide help to more people that need support in a tumultuous time.
The charity published a statement in their official site devoting the 21-year-old for his contribution: “Concerned about the outcome of the significant health crisis that strikes our nation, but also of all of the consequences which it can create on the most delicate people, Kylian Mbappe has made a huge donation to support the work of the Abbe Pierre Foundation.
“His generosity will make it possible in particular to implement first support activities, access to water and hygiene for people in very precarious circumstances, access to food and shelter for homeless people etc.
“The Foundation sends its most sincere thanks to Kylian Mbappe because of his generosity and his focus towards people in terrific precariousness.
“In the context of the current health crisis and beyond the agency tickets that are beginning to be spread on the land, the Abbe Pierre Foundation should offer an emergency fund to fund a wide array of actions directed at displaced people intending to provide them access to water, food and hygiene.”
The superstar forward was enjoying another fine individual season, with 18 goals and seven assists in only 20 Ligue 1 matches as he fired PSG into a 12-point guide at the peak of the table with a game in hand.
In most contests, the Frenchman had handled 30 goals and 17 assists in just 33 appearances, but he is fine form was placed on hold together with the rest of the footballing world as steps are put in place to postpone football in an effort to decrease the spread of the coronavirus.