Marcus Rashford Manchester United forward and Kang4Nature Environmental organisation in Nairobi have shown us that humanity matters a lot during this coronavirus pandemic by feeding the most vulnerable children in the society .
Marcus Rashford recently has been running a campaign to feed the vulnerable children in England after the government cancelled food voucher scheme during this summer.This prompted the player to write an open letter to the Parliament to petition their decision.He acknowledged how the scheme made him be where he is now and understood how the vulnerable in the society are suffering now .He managed to collect approximately £20 million through Fair Share charity which now provides 3 million meals a week for the children.This was met by a good gesture from the government of UK to extend the scheme through a £120 million Summer Food Fund.
Kang4Nature organisation in Nairobi which aims at becoming the SI unit of conservation of environment facilitated the feeding of the most vulnerable children in Kibra Slums who are adversely affected by coronavirus pandemic.A campaign was initiated in June which saw approximately Ksh 80,000 raised for the purpose .
Kang4Nature and Maranatha youth group facilitated the feeding of 600 kids in Kibra by providing breakfast ,lunch and supper consisting of balanced diet.They celebrated the African Child Dayon 16th June by providing meals to the vulnerable children as most of them can't afford during this Covid-19 crisis.
This efforts of humanity go a long way in fighting effects of coronavirus pandemic.Marcus Rashford has set an example and 5,000 miles away Kang4Nature sets an example too.
Open letter which Marcus Rashford wrote is shown below.
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