Mesut Özil: “Everyone Involved in Warmer Winters project can be very proud.”

Mesut Özil: “Everyone Involved in Warmer Winters project can be very proud.”

Mesut Özil is a part of the Warmer Winters project for the last couple of years. As Tweeted by Mesut Özil, he wrote, “One of my Favorite projects in the last couple of years, helping children in the London community during a very difficult time with 50,000 meals in total. Everyone involved in the Warmer Winters project can be very proud.”

Warmer Winters project
Warmer Winters project

Mesut said, “Thanks to our cook Stefan Pappert, to Parsa Sadigh, and all the volunteers. Always grateful for everything this city has given me.” He used the hashtags, #weareNorthLondon and #endchildfoodpoverty.

The campaign of Özil’s Warmer Winters’s goal is to provide 50,000 healthy meals and 10,000 gift packages to provide people in need over the course of one week between December 20 to December 24.

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A school has Teamed up with Özil’s Charity, Warmer Winters Project

Pupil and staff at Eden Girls’ School, has teamed up with the German footballer’s charity project. They joined as a part of the school’s annual Festive Winter Gift Program. The School could deliver 1,100 meals to the YMCA, Christian Kitchen, Age UK, and Salvation Army. They helped all the vulnerable in the local community.

The dissemination of hot meals also formed part of the school’s commitment to its ‘Food for All Week’ Campaign. Where 29 schools across the Star Academies Multi-Academy trust distributed 50,000 food packages and meals to those suffering from food poverty.

Staff and Pupil aided to carry the Warmer Winters Charity by holding several fundraisers. These Fundraisers include a ‘wear a sparkly jumper day’ and a ‘bring a dish’ sale. Members of staff brought a selection of tasty home-cooked dishes to vend.

A special video message was sent by Mesut in which he thanked those who had made a significant contribution to the fundraiser. This message was played during a special assembly where five framed and signed photos of the star were presented to all those pupils.

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