The British government on November 7 supported footballer Marcus Rashford's #endchildfoodpoverty campaign to provide free meals to school children during the winter holidays. The government has decided to provide a financial grant of $220 million to the campaign. Rashford stated he was "overwhelmed" by the decision and added, "There is still so much more to do." Earlier, the Parliament has refused to extend the free school meals until Easter… read-more
Courtesy: The Times Of India
Inspired by Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford MBE, players of the Leeds United Football Club (LUFC) have donated £25,000 for free school meals campaign. A campaign was launched with #endchildfoodpoverty after Rashford's request for extension of free school meals till easter 2021 got rejected. However, Rashford's… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Queen Elizabeth II has honoured Manchester United footballer Marcus Rashford with Member of the Order of the British Empire for his contribution towards ensuring school meals for children during the COVID pandemic. Reportedly, he campaigned to extend the supply of free school meals, and raised £20 million for the cause. Rashford said, "I feel like I'm still at the beginning of the journey that I set out to achieve."
Former Team India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh will be interacting with Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford in a live session on June 13 at 6 pm. The show is set to be aired on Sony Sports' Facebook page, where the two stars will interact with each other. Yuvraj Singh took to Twitter on June 12 to express his excitement.
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