Chris Evans will read stories to children during the quarantine


Chris Evans he has made it clear that it is not only a hero in fiction and joined to a noble campaign that seeks to which Hollywood stars read children’s stories to children who are in quarantine.

The actor who gave life to Captain America in the movies “Avengers”, took part in an initiative promoted by the organizations Save The Children and No Kid Hungry.

“Save With Stories” is the name of this crusade that seeks to entertain the little ones of every family, who are the most affected by isolation because they can’t leave the house to avoid spreading of coronavirus Covid-19.

It is so in a video shared on the account of Instagram of the campaign, you can see the remembered Steve Rogers reading the book “If you give a dog a donut” of Laura Numeroff.

This initiative has an additional goal: to help the most needy, which is explained in the text accompanying the clip, which not only concerned about cognitive needs of the children, but also that you do not go hungry.

“Thirty million children depend on school to eat. Responding to the needs of them during these school closings, @savethechildren and @nokidhungry have a new background @SAVEWITHSTORIES to support the food banks (…) to make sure that not alone the brains are full, but their bellies”you can read along with the video.

What celebrities have united to Save With Stories?

Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams they were the first. To them were added Brie Larson, Gal Gadot, Emilia Clarke, Chris Pratt, Jake Gyllenhaal, Eiza González and Eva Longoria, the last two read the stories in Spanish.