Marcus Rashford said everyone in the country has a duty to give young people “the best chance at life” after being recognised at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards show for his efforts in tackling child food poverty.
Independent food banks are giving out more than 13,000 emergency food parcels a week as demand soars during the coronavirus pandemic, data shows.
A project from Aldi inviting charities to collect unsold food for Christmas meals is to be extended to include Hogmanay.
The BBC will broadcast a documentary charting England footballer Marcus Rashford’s campaign against child food poverty.
A major campaign to help at least 100,000 struggling families with food, comfort and emotional support is to be launched by John Lewis and Waitrose.
Manchester United will provide 5,000 meals for vulnerable children over the October half-term holidays, the club have announced.
Footballer Marcus Rashford has a string of achievements to his name at just 22 – and the latest have no relation to events on the pitch.
The Lord Provost of Aberdeen is to take part in a charity challenge to raise awareness of food poverty.
Police have been encouraging shoplifters to visit food banks to help reduce retail crimes in the city.
Dame Emma Thompson has called on the Government to protect children struggling to get enough food during lockdown.
Aberdeen's Social Bite cafe will join forces with other groups across Scotland to create a nationwide food delivery service.
Thousands of people are turning up at foodbanks across the north-east because they are struggling to feed their families.
Offering people the “opportunity to prosper” is critical to tackling poverty in the city, the co-leader of Aberdeen City Council claimed today.
Aberdeen charity workers are getting ready to go the extra mile to raise cash to help tackle poverty.
An innovative project to battle food poverty in Aberdeen has reached capacity in just two months.
Volunteers from the North-east are living on the breadline this week with just £10 for food to highlight poverty in the area.
A partnership aimed at promoting healthy and sustainable food through different organisations has been launched.
More than 1.1 million meals could be handed out by a food bank within the next year, according to a new report.
It's a "lifeline" service that can make a massive difference to Aberdeen families through a bag of food.
As someone who likes to eat big and spend big on food, the thought of paying just £10 for five days of meals was daunting.
Lord Provost George Adam today joined volunteers living on £2 a day as part of a campaign highlighting food poverty in Aberdeen.