Marshall Munetsi has donated food hampers in Mabvuku, Tafara and Caledonia through his church, Glory to Glory Mercy Ministries.
Marshall Munetsi Foundation gave to the vulnerable who include orphans, widows, the elderly and other needy members of the society.
Marshal Munetsi says he felt the need to extend a hand to the less privileged.
“I just thought I should give back to the community that I grew up in and to other people who are in need.
“It’s something that I want to do continuous because food is basic commodity and it’s always a need to the people.
“I am happy that I managed to put a smile on people’s face and as a Christian I know how important it is to give.
“And I would like to thank God for giving me the talent and the resources that he is using me with to the people,” he said.
“Growing up I always wished to do something for people.
“So I’m happy that I’m extending a hand to the needy.”
The France-based midfielder, started by paying schools fees to children at Mabvuku and Donnybrook where he attended part of his Primary school and has taken on board over 60 children under his wings.
The foundation paid school fees for 30 primary school children in Mabvuku and other 30 at Donnybrook so far since last year, which is the same year he started the foundation.-H-Metro