The campaign, which is run by StreetGames – a charity that brings sport to poor young people in England, Wales and Scotland – will take place this Friday and will help to support the holiday hunger agenda.

Funded by the Department for Education, the sessions will be hosted by First Team Goalkeeper Coach, James Devonald, and will offer fun physical activities and nutritious, healthy meals to some of society’s most vulnerable young people.

Since its inception in 2016, the programme has benefited 66,198 children/young people, with a whopping 528,582 free meals being provided in this time.

The Fit and Fed programme continues to be a lifeline for low income families, with activities taking place across England and Wales. But in a post-Covid world there are still thousands of young people experiencing holiday hunger and who are physically inactive and isolated.

For more information about the Fid and Fed programme, click here.

You can make a donation to Fit and Fed by clicking here.