Arsenal midfielder contributed with German chef to provide healthy meals to poor families, homeless shelters and refugees charities.
Ozil joined the German chef Stefan Pappert distributing food to schools across north London this week. Ozil and Manchester United's player, Marcus Rashfords, are among a number of footballers helping the change on the issue of free meals for school children. While government cut a labor bill for free school meals Last week, Ozil was prompted to expand his project and provide 1,400 extra meals every day.
Mesut Ozil declared that this issue is the most important thing to him and he would do wherever he could." "This week, during the half-term, lots of kids are facing a tough situation with regards to food," he said in an interview. "No child should go hungry. "There's a real emphasis on making sure the food is healthy, nutritious and also filling. So, we're using the finest organic pasta which my friend Alberto Franceschi sent from Italy," Ozil said. "Healthy meals for children should be a given, and not a privilege."