Love All: Roddick and Decker honoring kind acts in wake of COVID-19

Love All: Roddick and Decker honoring kind acts in wake of COVID-19

To help mitigate destructive emotions brought on by the pandemic, the power couple is celebrating the good side of humanity—using their platform to expose stories that are uplifting.

While the coronavirus pandemic provokes concern, fear and despair around the world, Andy Roddick and Brooklyn Decker want to combat these destructive emotions with a greater force: love and optimism.

Across social media and television stations, disheartening storylines consistently dominate the conversation 24/7. To help mitigate this, the power couple are turning COVID-19 on its head by celebrating the good side of humanity—using their platform to expose stories that are uplifting and celebrate those who empower the global community to “Love All” in tandem with Tennis Channel.

“Send us your videos. Brag on people. Let’s show how amazing humans are,” said Roddick. “Every week I’ll do this segment and we’ll highlight what you’ve been doing.”

A week ago, Decker purchased 20 gift cards from her favorite restaurant group in Austin, before launching an act of kindness on Instagram. The actress reached out to her followers by requesting those in need of a meal, or anyone aware of another person seeking assistance with putting food on the table to respond, no questions asked.

“This is a really accessible way to make a difference,” said Decker.

The pair’s children got in on the act too, creating signs in appreciation for those in the delivery service industry. To share your story with Roddick and Decker, tweet @AndyRoddick and @TennisChannel with a video or photo using the hashtag #LoveAll.