Tiger Pounce, September 24. Earlier, Manchester United striker Rashford posted a letter sent to him by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan on his personal social media. In the letter, the Mayor of London praised Rashford for his During the epidemic, we did charitable deeds for poor children.
Tiger Pounce，9月24日。此前，曼联前锋Rashford在他的个人社交媒体上发布了伦敦市长Sadiq Khan发给他的信。在信中，伦敦市长称赞拉什福德的病因。在这种流行病期间，我们为贫困儿童做了慈善事迹。
Rashford posted an e-mail and said: "
I hope everything is well for you.
I want to contact you to thank you for the campaign to extend the free lunch program during the epidemic, and for the work you have been doing since the formation of the relevant working group at the beginning of this month.
Many children benefit from your lunch plan. Without this plan, their families will have more difficulties. I know its importance.
Your activities, as well as the tireless efforts of charity organizations and related organizations and activists, have helped thousands of children receive the important support they desperately need during the epidemic, but our struggle to end poor children does not end there.
Regardless of their living environment and where they live, every child should have the right to healthy, affordable and sustainable food.
I will continue to do my best to end the current situation of food scarcity and support the most vulnerable children in our society so that each of them can reach their potential like you.
Thank you again for your inspiring work and congratulations on your good luck in the future. (
(Khan Zhao-Sweat signature)
Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London
Then Sadik Khan said on Twitter: "
Rashford responded: "
Rashford then expressed his views on the British government's cancellation of relevant economic budget plans due to the epidemic. He said: "It is easy to postpone expenditure review or response, but you cannot postpone the urgent matter of protecting the more than 4 million (and increasing) children in the UK who have difficulty accessing food! We are the'United Kingdom', it should be us Time to reach a consensus."
During the epidemic, Rashford has been committed to public welfare projects to help poor children and helped more than one million children in the UK extend the free lunch program smoothly. Rashford worked with charities to raise more than 20 million pounds and distributed more than 3 million meals.
He was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by the University of Manchester in mid-July this year due to many remarkable acts of charity during the epidemic. Rashford became the youngest person to receive the degree and the highest honor the university can confer. Prior to Rashford, Manchester United legends Sir Ferguson and Sir Charlton also received the honor.
Even in the off-season after the end of the Premier League, Rashford continued to do charities related to children's charities.