I don’t want to hear any Christmas music till week after next
Hey Scrooge @JofraArcher guess what I’m listening to👇🏾
Mums, dads, send me a vid of your little ones dancing to this track and make sure to tag Jof to get him in the Christmas spirit. Go, go, go...
.@jlandpartners and @waitrose #GiveALittleLove campaign is the best example. We need to celebrate kind gestures. They make us feel good so let’s share them. Just like Caleb, and Teddy, and Jacob. All special little boys who take pride in helping others. Look at their smiles 🤩
@MarcusRashford @FareShareUK @FareShareGtrM Jacob seen the good work from you guys and wanted to help out himself,so we decided to run 20km and Jacob did it in 4 runs and raised over £180,that’s also his @wbhospice scarecrow he made of the man himself
Bless you Jacob, thank you ♥️
@MarcusRashford Hi Marcus. My son Teddy (5) was inspired by you and raised £195 from his homemade Christmas decorations to help you “buy more lunches for children who need them”. He donated the money to FareShare (after we explained it would be tricky to give the money to you in person!)
Yes Teddy, what a great idea. Love this!! Well done ♥️
Morning all! I get weekly updates from @FareShareUK and wanted to share that as of Friday, FareShare are distributing 8️⃣2️⃣6️⃣6️⃣7️⃣0️⃣2️⃣ meals per week to our most vulnerable. This winter is going to be SO tough for many, find out how you can help here👇🏾♥️
Happy birthday Caleb, your mum must be very proud of you. I tell you what, FareShare will get the boots to me, I’ll sign them and you get to keep them as a birthday gift from me to you. I’ll donate the money you would have raised. Thank you for being kind ♥️
Sir Alex Ferguson and @MarcusRashford are supporting the #TimesChristmasAppeal which is raising money for the charity @FareShareUK.
@RSylvesterTimes & @aliceTTimes talked to the star striker and legendary former manager about growing up in poverty
Here’s the piece...♥️
‘Sir Alex has announced that, in a joint fund of up to £2 million created with his close friend Sir Michael Moritz, a British philanthropist, they will “match every pound” of reader donations to FareShare through the Times appeal.’
The last couple of months I’ve been working on a documentary to showcase the devastating effects of child food poverty in the UK. This is not about me it’s about offering a platform for voices to be heard. We’ve been ignoring the issue for too long, now is the time for change.
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