The Kitchener Rangers head trainer has been lending a hand in this time of need.
Dan Lebold is the head trainer for the Kitchener Rangers.
Since the pandemic began, he's been volunteering his time to the Food Bank of Waterloo Region, making stops at grocery stores across the region for pick-ups of non-perishable food items and other essentials.
He was filling a hole needed by the Food Bank to do regular pick-ups during the pandemic.
Lebold tells the Mike Farwell Show on 570 NEWS he just woke up one morning and felt something needed to be done.
"You know the Food Bank is out there, and I knew they had to pick up stuff. So, I touched base with people from the Food Bank and I was put in touch with staff about doing grocery pick ups in town."
Lebold says it seemed like a good fit for him and a way to give back to the community.
"The community has been so good to our organization, so we'll be showing our face in whatever way we can."
He says it's been a great experience so far.
"It's really been heart warming to see how people are giving during this COVID time, especially with the amount of groceries that we've produced. It's a lot of groceries that people are giving, so keep on doing that."