In Britain, schools are once again closed for quarantine. To support low-income families during this time, the government provided for the issuance of vouchers of 30 pounds or food baskets for the corresponding amount. To do this, the government contracted with a private company to collect and deliver the food baskets. Unfortunately, Chartwells, contrary to the agreement, delivers kits for much less than 30 pounds. So, one mom, after calculating the cost of groceries, found out that she could have bought them at the supermarket for £5.22. It turned out that this woman was not the only one who had received such a poor quality kit. Famous soccer player Marcus Rushford provided information in his tweet about other families who have encountered such a problem. We are organizing a fundraiser to help low-income families. These funds will be used to purchase groceries.
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