Welsh Rugby Union donates unused matchday food to homeless

CARDIFF, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 14: A general view of the Principality Stadium on March 14, 2020 in Cardiff, Wales. The Six Nations fixture in Cardiff between Wales and Scotland at the Principality Stadium was postponed 24 hours before kick-off due to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus. (Photo by Matthew Horwood/Getty Images)

The Welsh Rugby Union has donated all the food prepped and made for the postponed Wales vs. Scotland game to the homeless to ensure it wouldn’t be wasted and go to a worthy cause.

The food donation that means a lot

The homeless on Cardiff’s street will get a much needed meal when the Welsh Rugby Union’s matchday food makes its way towards them.

The game’s late postponement has caused much stir among the rugby community who have travelled far and at great expense for the match, but this one deed certainly gains the WRU plenty of credibility back.

Those less fortunate than many of us will have the chance for a proper meal, which many won’t have on day-to-day basis.

Welsh Rugby Union following the football

The gesture follows in the footsteps of Aston Villa FC who donated 850 staff packed lunches and hot food for their postponed game is being donated to support homeless charities.

 

 

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