A map has been published showing where free school meals are being offered over the holiday following Marcus Rashford's campaign.
Kind-hearted Brits have rallied together to offer free food to struggling families this half term after Tory MPs voted against extending free school meals.
Manchester United star Mr Rashford shared the offers on his Twitter profile yesterday as part of his ongoing fight for free school meals.
The Kids Meals Map has mapped out the offers made within the past 24 hours by businesses, charities and local authorities.
The map has been built by communications agency PLMR who are supporting the #endchildfoodpoverty campaign.
A spokesman for the Food Foundation, a charity campaigning for an end to child food poverty, said: "This is a new national resource and food organisations are being asked to visit the website today and register details of what they are offering in order that vulnerable children and families can find out what is happening in their local area.
"There has been an unprecedented response to the call to action from Marcus Rashford’s campaign after it went viral on social media in response to the parliamentary vote not to extend the Free School Meals over the October half term."
To go on the interactive map click here.