Isaac Hayden has shown his class once again this week, with Newcastle’s West End foodbank sharing his brilliant act of kindness on social media today.
Although he preferred to ‘deliver them quietly’, the volunteers snapped the tough-tackling midfielder donating a whole load of advent calendars on Tuesday afternoon – something that will bring some much needed Christmas cheer to children supported by the foodbank come December 1st!
See the picture of him arriving at their Benwell base below:
This comes a few weeks after his unannounced visit to the West End foodbank to support during the COVID-19 pandemic, with him supporting the local charity on several occasions since his move from Arsenal in 2016.
A real touch of class from a player who has impressed both on and off the pitch during his time on Tyneside, although he’s not the only Newcastle United player to have done his bit in recent times.
Toon duo Paul Dummett and Mark Gillespie were spotted deliver a car-load of food those in need last month, while Alan Saint-Maximin also followed up on his promise to help out at the foodbank soon after his £16m move from Nice last summer.