Raheem Sterling is keen on following the fine acts of charity made by Marcus Rashford this week by starting up his own foundation.
The Manchester United striker has fought government officials to pass a bill that would see free school meals extended throughout the half-term.
The motion was defeated in the House of Commons but Rashford has been sharing the efforts made by businesses across the country to defy the government.
Sterling set to follow Rashford footstep
And Raheem is set to follow in his footsteps by forming a new foundation.
The Manchester City star started from humble beginnings and is keen to give back to society, as has his club rival.
The foundation is set to help those most disadvantaged and give aid to those most in need.