Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford quest to end child food poverty knows no boundaries after actively promoting at least 100 organisations offering to supply free school meals during half term.
On Thursday, Rashford encouraged anyone wishing to join him to tweet using the hashtag #endchildfoodpoverty and he would retweet with their location, saying he was "blown away" by the support he'd received.
Pubs, Cafes, sandwich shops, catering companies and restaurant chains all joined in on the act of good will.
Rashford's campaign recently received an MBE after campaigning for school meals to be extended to all school holidays and also provide anyone who gets Universal Credit or equivalent.
In June, he successfully persuaded ministers to U-turn and offer children free school meals over the summer holidays.