Four supporters of the Really Good School Meals initiative show their red cups, symbolising WFP's campaign to feed hungry school children in developing countries.
(Copyright: WFP/Caroline Hurford)
Recently a group of stars from the United Kingdom came together to take part in short film to illustrate just how 10p can grow to something great. The aim is to encourage schools and school children to sign up to the "Really Good School Dinner" campaign and raise money to support our School Meals program.
The campaign, which goes live 25 – 29 January, aims to help feed the hunger by inviting children in England to buy one school dinner and give one free. For every school lunch bought during the campaign week, children will be asked to donate just 10 pence extra.
Every 10p donated is enough to pay for a whole meal for a child in a developing country who might otherwise go hungry.
The star-studded cast included: Pixie Lott, Les Ferdinand, Skins star Kaya Scodelario, JLS, N-Dubz and The Saturdays!
To sign up your school please log on to www.getreal.uk.com/really-good-school-dinner