The couple took to social media to share their charitable efforts with fans, as the fashion designer filmed a video of all the donations she and her family have made for older people living nearby.
Posting the clip on her Instagram story, the mum-of-four wrote, "Like so many volunteers, we have been supporting the elderly in our community with care packages."
"Head to @davidbeckham's stories to find out more about the great work @age_uk have been doing."
Soccer star David also shared a video message with his followers, explaining, "Hi, it's David here. Over the last couple of weeks my family and I have been supporting older people in our community, and finding out about the great work Age UK is doing."
"We've been able to help with brilliant programmes like delivering care packages in our local area and making friendship calls to people isolated by this awful situation," he explained. "Today I wanted to hand over my social channels to Age UK so that they can highlight the important work that they have been doing during the coronavirus outbreak, and so that you can find out how you may be able to help as well."
He later added, "Thank you to Age UK for taking over my account and for all the important work that you have been doing during this pandemic."
"We must also bear a thought for older people in these challenging times, and do anything possible to help."
The former England captain is currently self-isolating at the family's home in the Cotswolds, England, where wife Victoria celebrated her 46th birthday over the weekend (April 18-19). Kids Romeo Beckham, Cruz Beckham and Harper are with the couple, while eldest son Brooklyn remains in New York with girlfriend Nicola Peltz.