The bushfire has left Australia in pieces and communities are left devastated as they fight with the loss of their homes, belongings and their surroundings.
To help the people and communities suffering from the loss, Gordon Ramsay came forward to help as he volunteers at a food bank in Melbourne.
The 53 years old chef who is known as one of the greatest chefs around the world is right now under the pressure of promoting his recipe book called Quick & Delicious.
For the same, he has been going around a lot but he decided to make a stop at a food bank in Melbourne to help the hard-working volunteers who are looking out for the affected people.
The chef who casually dressed up in a black shirt and a high visibility jacket of orange color got himself busy in packing up meal boxes for people.
He helped the food bank in packing the essentials like food and water for the people who are suffering from the bushfire.
On the Facebook page of Foodbank Victoria, a post read “Everyone was left surprised today as the staff and volunteers of the foodbank today greeted Gordon Ramsay who surprisingly came in to thank everyone for the hard work they have been putting in this work at the time of crisis.
The Star chef also stopped and posed with the workers at the bank.
Last week, what was supposed to be his book launched party was converted into a charity raising event by the star chef that he donated to Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund.
Lizzo, the pop star, also stopped at the warehouse last week to give a helping hand for the great work these hardworking people had been doing. He also packed several boxes and essentials.
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