Marcus Rashford, a professional footballer in the UK, has used the power of Twitter to help feed kids in need. Others are now joining and helping to provide more than 10,000 meals a day. "So why are they all doing this? It’s because UK schools are off Oct. 26-30, and that means children from low income families who rely on free school lunches won’t be accessing food at school -- leading to a knock-on effect on already tight family budgets," Global Citizen reports. Businesses, football clubs, councils, educational institutions, nonprofits, restaurants and food companies have all jumped at the chance to contribute.