If the outbreak of Coronavirus has helped to do anything, it is show us which footballers have their heads screwed on right.
While most are merely sitting it out in isolation, there are a handful who have gone out of their way to help in whatever way they can through various foundations and relationships.
Everton defender Yerry Mina is the latest to join that list, according to Pulzo, who explain how the 25-year-old has tried to help the situation in his native Colombia.
They explain that Mina has instructed his family members in the country, who run his charitable foundation, to try and help his fellow countrymen in the current situation.
They subsequently sent out food parcels and cleaning supplies to families in his native Guachené region, the latter of which are ‘essential’ to help curtail the spread of COVID-19.
It’s an excellent gesture from the Everton man, who will undoubtedly earn himself plenty of plaudits with this latest move.
Everton themselves have done plenty of good things in their local community amid this crisis, and they’ll be heartened to see their players taking the initiative themselves to do the same.