A new #EndChildFoodPoverty website is being launched by Marcus Rashford as part of the next stage of his campaign, and will provide those in a vulnerable situation with information on the local help available to them – through their council, local charities and food banks, or other businesses or organisations helping to tackle hunger this winter. A main feature will be a map which will allow people to find their nearest support.
The BBC will be releasing a documentary about Marcus Rashford’s campaign on BBC One at 9pm (TBC) on Monday 21st December. An estimated 8 million people will watch the film. Many people watching may need help themselves, and will visit the website to see what support is available to them. That’s why it is important that Local Authorities, charities, foodbanks, and other businesses have submitted details in order to be on the #EndChildFoodPoverty website and map.
What do I need to do?
If you are a local council, charity, food bank or other type of business providing emergency food aid to children and families this winter, put yourselves on the map by filling in this form with details of your support