: Rashford in talks to back global free school meals initiative
Marcus Rashford is holding talks with a
n initiative aimed to ensure children around the world have access to healthy, free school meals – as per The Telegraph.
The Man United star is considering joining with the United Nations-backed initiative – which is supported by 60 countries.
The School Meals Coalition aims to give every child around the globe a meal at school by 2030.
France president Emmanuel Macron himself has reportedly sent a letter to Rashford, inviting him to join the coalition.
The initiative wants governments around the world to prioritize nutritious meals for schoolchildren.
Rashford has done incredible work to help the UK schoolchildren to get better meals and influence government policy changes too.
He recently received the MBE for his impressive charity work and wants to continue providing for struggling schoolchildren until child food poverty is eradicated.