The Carey and Angela Price Foundation made a huge donation to help children in need during this difficult time by giving $50,000 to the Breakfast Club of Canada.\nRead more about this generous donation below.\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nCarey and Angela Price are not only known as one of Montreal's' most elite couples but also as excellent parents and philanthropists. They are also the couple behind the Carey and Angela Price Foundation. And recently, they stepped up in a big way, by donating $50,000 to the Breakfast Club of Canada.\nWith the closing of schools due to COVID-19 all across Canada, the Breakfast Club is now unable to provide 250,000 food-insecure students with breakfast like it typically did. So, it's been relying on donations to help provide children with what they need during this time.\nFor over five years now, the Price family has been involved with the club through a variety of different initiatives. As of now, the family has helped raised more than 820 thousand dollars in support of the club's mission.\nThe Breakfast Club of Canada has a goal of at least 5 million dollars in order to meet the needs of Canadian children and families in need during this difficult time.\nTo help minimize the effects of the coronavirus crisis the club is turning to local communities to help with the financial support needed to provide these children with meals.\nCarey Price went to his Instagram page stating that this cause is "close to our hearts" and that he hopes "those who can donate and help the club reach their 5 million dollar goal" will.\nThis is where we're reminded that a little can go a long way. If everyone who was able to donated $5-10, such a goal would be reached with ease.\nView this post on Instagram @breakfastclubcanada is coming in huge right now with the Covid-19 emergency fund to make sure no families go hungry during this crazy time. This cause is close to our hearts and we hope those who can will donate and help the club reach their 5 million dollar goal. To donate Text CLUB to 20222 to make a $5 or $20 donation or check out the link in @breakfastclubcanada bio. #feedkidsnow #breakfastclubcanada A post shared by Carey Price (@cp0031) on Mar 22, 2020 at 8:16pm PDT\nThe Breakfast Club of Canada has also put in effect special grants where community organizers and schools can apply to "ensure children and families have access to food during the COVID-19 crisis."\nThere are currently so many videos flooding the internet of people clearing out all the shelves of grocery stores to fill their pantries during this time of uncertainty.\nWith this in mind, it's so incredibly important to take a moment to think about the families that are unable to do so.\nView this post on Instagram [COVID-19] Are you a community organization or a school? You can apply for a special grant to help ensure children and families have access to food during the COVID-19 crisis. . Let’s make it happen – together! Apply now for support. Apply here! 👉 (link in bio) #FeedKidsNow A post shared by Breakfast Club of Canada (@breakfastclubcanada) on Mar 20, 2020 at 12:45pm PDT\nLuckily for us, the Breakfast Club of Canada made it extremely simple for individuals to donate.\nSmall donations are a great way of helping families in need of food during this difficult time.\nIf you are looking to join the Price family in supporting children during this difficult time, you can make donations on both the website or by texting CLUB to 20222 to make a $5 or $20 donation — it's that easy.\nStay safe, Montreal!\nQuebec health officials released guidelines for individuals to follow to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in the province. You can read about them here.\nMore information on hygiene practices during the pandemic is available on the government of Canada's website here.