Marcus Rashford's 7-year-old hero campaigning to feed hungry children at Christmas
After hearing about Marcus Rashford's incredible campaign to extend free school meals through the holidays, seven-year-old Stanley Heaton decided he was going to start his own campaign to feed hungry children at Christmas.
Then when the Manchester United footballer heard about Stanley's efforts he tweeted: "Stanley, you're my hero."
Having seen Rashford's campaign Stanley talked to his mum Steph about how lucky he was to have full cupboards and what he could do to help others.
He decided to write letters to 80 neighbours on his estate in Manchester asking for food and presents for hungry children this Christmas and set about delivering them himself.
Within an hour neighbours were dropping off bags of food and the Heatons' doorbell hasn't stopped ringing since.
Stanley told Piers and Susanna how he felt when Rashford had tweeted about him: "I didn't know what to do, I was running around the room jumping for joy."
He also said why he started the campaign: "I saw Marcus Rashford on TV saying he wanted school dinners to be free and he wasn't successful with that. So I said to mum 'how about we write a letter to the neighbours to say shall we do a collection for people who can't afford food?'.'