Steph and Ayesha Curry are helping to provide 1 million meals to Oakland students who can't attend school due to coronavirus closures

Steph and Ayesha Curry are urging people to donate to food banks to help feed students who usually rely on school for meals.

(CNN)The NBA season is suspended. But that doesn't mean Steph Curry is ready to pack it in.

The Golden State Warriors guard and his wife, Ayeesha Curry, are teaming up with a food bank to provide more than 1 million meals to students in Oakland who cannot attend schools due to coronavirus shutdowns.
The couple announced the plan on Friday in a Twitter video. Their Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation will work with the Alameda County Community Food Bank and Oakland Unified School District on the initiative.
    "We know the world is changing before our eyes in terms of dealing with the spread of coronavirus and we just found out that the Oakland Unified School District is closing the doors for the foreseeable future, so we want to intercede on behalf of the kids that rely on the daily services and try to help anyway we can," Steph said in the video.
    On any given day, the National School Lunch Program provides low-cost or free lunches to 29.7 million children. But the coronavirus pandemic is shutting down schools and underprivileged families are scrambling to find ways to feed their hungry children.
    The Oakland's Unified School District has temporarily closed schools through at least Sunday, April 5. Twelve of the district's school sites will provide grab and go meals for students on