United star Marcus Rashford declared the formulation of a ‘Child Food Poverty Task Force’ with UK food giants. Rashford scored on his England debut in May 2016, becoming the youngest English football player to score in his first senior international matches is considering his latest social initiative.
The Man United footballer’s earlier letter had encouraged the government to extend the free meal voucher program for kids in Britain during the holidays.
Now he made the latest plea regarding the food poverty for children.
Earlier his campaign got the attention of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and helped extend the free school meals program in the summer.
Rashford has earned widespread appreciations. The British government capitulated to pressure from the Manchester United forward’s campaign to ensure school food vouchers would be made available to struggling families in England during the holidays.
The kind-hearted player approached to the popular food industry of Britain. Rashford had stepped up his campaign for the government to fund free meals for needy children through the summer school lockdown
Marcus Rashford has joined hands with household brands like Sainsbury’s, Waitrose, Tesco, Aldi, Food Foundation, Kellogg’s, Lidl, Asda etc.
The 22-year-old Football player remembered the times when the food vouchers would help his family when he was young, through the Fareshare UK charity, as he helped raise around 20 million pounds ($26.31 million) to supply meals to struggling families during COVID-19 pandemic.
He took over the social media for his latest announcement.