One Good Story: Soccer Player Petitions Government for 120 million for meals for Low-Income Kids during COVID-19 Shutdowns
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On June 16, 2020, the UK government announced that it would continue a national voucher program intended to provide school lunches for low-income kids. This effort was led 22-year-old Manchester United player, Marcus Rashford who petitioned his government to commit £120 million to the program. Rashford has also used his platform as an athlete to raise over £20 million for a food distribution charity called FareShare during the coronavirus outbreak.
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