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Man United back Marcus Rashford’s school meal campaign with pledge to deliver 5,000 free meals

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Manchester United will deliver 5,000 free meals over the October half-term following Marcus Rashford’s work in highlighting child food poverty.

The club have linked up with the UK’s biggest food charity FareShare to distribute meals to vulnerable children over the holidays following the Government’s decision not to extend the voucher scheme.

Food provided by FareShare will be be processed, prepared and packaged into individual meals at Old Trafford kitchen facilities by United staff, then shipped by the club to local Manchester United Foundation partner schools who will then distribute the food to kids who would usually receive government-funded meals.

Manchester United will deliver 5,000 free meals to vulnerable children during half-term

Manchester United will deliver 5,000 free meals to vulnerable children during half-term

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