Striker Marcus Rashford has been active against hunger in England and particularly in children, so he was disgusted by the government’s decision not to offer a free meal during the Christmas holidays to help the disadvantaged.
“It is also not an obligation for the food bank to offer meals to millions of British children, but here we are. There was a 250 percent increase in hunger. This will not disappear and neither will I, ”wrote Rashford on social media.
The striker, in conjunction with the FareShare organization, helped to collect £ 20 million to spend on meals over the summer break.