Andy Robertson has shown his charitable side, with the Liverpool and Scotland ace backing mental health charity Back Onside.
The organisation have shared a tweet detailing Robertson’s contribution to them. They say that his generosity will allow them to keep providing key services for those who use Back Onside.
Some positive news tonight, with special thank you to @LFC football player & @ScotlandNT Captain @andrewrobertso5 ♥️🖤💛 xx #BackOnside #MentalHealthMatters #supportthroughsport #SuicidePrevention pic.twitter.com/2a7uYNZE6h
— Back Onside (@BackOnside) March 19, 2020
With many going into self-isolation worldwide due to the global health pandemic affecting our daily lives, the subject of mental health has never been more prevalent. Back Onside say they’ll be ‘forever grateful’ for the Liverpool and Scotland man’s contributions to their cause.
As the pandemic caused by the recent Covid-19 outbreak worsens, people are more likely to use charity services like Back Onside. The charity said in their tweet that they were in danger of shutting up shop, but Robertson is allowing them to continue their fantastic work.
In a world where some are fighting for loo roll and hand sanitizer, it’s nice to see someone in Robertson’s position promote a great cause to such a large audience, with the Liverpool star sharing it with his 1.1 million Twitter followers too.