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Wolves Manager is not one to wait to get to political office before touching lives.

Nuno Espirito Santo donated £250,000 to help tackle local poverty; he is helping support the Wolves Foundation’s Feed Our Pack project; it aims to reduce the effects of food poverty and support residents affected by coronavirus

The 47-year-old has dug into his own pocket as part of the Wolves Foundation’s £500,000 Feed Our Pack project

The project, which will run for an initial three years, has also been made possible by a £250,000 grant from the Premier League PFA Community Fund.

Nuno said: “Wolves fans and the people of Wolverhampton have been fantastic to me since I arrived here almost four years ago, and I wanted to give something back and help the people who are struggling during the pandemic.

“When you live in a city, you see and hear how people have been affected, but it is also a great city where people help and support each other and this is a really important project from the Wolves Foundation.

“Together we are stronger and I hope our supporters will want to join in and make sure we look after those people in our community who need it most during these really difficult times.”



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