Hector Bellerin has donated several pairs of boots to charity.
Bellerin had a number of Puma football boots, in both adult and kid sizes, to give away, and took to Twitter to ask for suggestions.
Everyone I need your help!! I'm looking for a community cause / charity to donate a load of @pumafootball boots to (adult & kids sizes). Please send me your suggestions and I'll do my best to go through them and deliver them 🙏 pic.twitter.com/w5gxI0jkxe
— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) December 27, 2017
Bellerin received hundreds of suggestions, including one from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who suggested that he donate to Reach Out UK.
Reach Out provides after school clubs and tutoring sessions for disadvantaged people aged nine to 16.
The Spaniard also agreed to donate to charities supporting people running the London Marathon in April.
Bellerin has done plenty of charity work during his football career.
Back in June, he declared he would donate £50 for every minute he played of the u21 European Championships to victims of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Having played 381 minutes in the tournament, he ended up donating £19,050 to the British Red Cross.
Footballers typically support charity work, either by donating a percentage of their wages or by giving away clothing and equipment.
Still, it’s fantastic to see Bellerin going the extra mile.