Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne want to end Food Poverty in the UK

Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne are both using their large social platforms to end food poverty in the UK.

Louis has become a firm supporter of footballer Marcus Rashford‘s campaign to end child food poverty. He has tweeted numerous times about the campaign. He has backed a petition being sent to the government about the issue.

He has also supported the Free My Meal initiative which puts people willing to cook a meal in touch with someone who needs one. He heard about them on the news, calling what they were doing “incredible” and urged his followers on Twitter to check them out.

Earlier this evening Louis also lent his support to another cause which aims to end Food Poverty. He donated £1000 to a just giving page for Football Index dividend donations which is raising money for Fare Share who “fight hunger and food waste in the uk to feed 924,325 people in need every week”

Liam is also showing his support for the hugely important cause, as no-one should ever have to go hungry, by once again teaming up with The Trussell Trust to support the organisation’s campaign for a hunger-free future. He has been a long time partner and supporter of the organisation having supported them with many of their previous campaigns. He regularly tweets out support for what they do.

If you live in the UK, you can sign the petition to the government to end food poverty here.

You can sign up for the Trussell Trust’s campaign here, and find out more about Free My Meal here.