Wisconsin wide receiver Jack Dunn and his brother Bob, a graduate assistant on the Badgers staff, are attempting to help the Madison community in a time of need.

On Tuesday morning, Jack tweeted out that he and his brother are establishing a GoFundMe page in order to help families in Madison during the COVID-19 crisis. A video was posted to his Twitter account, saying the goal is to help provide meals to those in need during this difficult time.

In another message on Twitter, Jack said “Our initial goal is to raise $100,000. Funds raised will go to providing meals for Agrace’s in-home patients who are unable to leave home during this time. At a time when we are unable to leave home, this is a way we can all help the homes around us.”

Shortly after Dunn shared the page information, $2,700 had been raised. Below is the information, as well as a link to the GoFundMe page:

Jack is a senior receiver for Wisconsin. Last season, he played in all 14 games for the Badgers, catching five passes for 41 yards and a touchdown. He also had two rushing attempts for seven yards and an additional score.

Bob will be entering his third season as a graduate assistant with the Badgers in 2020.