Helping those in need

The footballer Marcus Rashford MBE has been campaigning tirelessly to try to force the UK government to help feed hungry children during the school holidays. But on the 21st October 2020, Conservative MPs used their power to vote against preventing hunger in the poorest families.

Whilst it is true that there should be a political solution, and children in poverty should not have to rely on charity, this must now be a long term goal. Because the problem is now urgent and upon us. From now until the end of the month schools will be closed and pandemic-hit families will have empty cupboards with no where to turn to.

There is no doubting that Marcus Rashford will continue his good work. But it shouldn’t all be down to him. As he continues the pressure for a political solution, here is a chance to give whatever you can to provide something to help in the short term. All money raised will be spent on providing essential shopping to feed those in need during the October Half term.

We know the responsibility lies with politicians, but they have failed us and the children. While the adults fix the politics, please give what you can so children don’t go hungry while they wait.
Thank you for whatever you can offer at this difficult time.

The Crep Conglomerate


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Jermaine Peter 
Wokingham, South East England, United Kingdom
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