How David Beckham helped this British-Pakistani with his ‘’One Million Meals’’ program

Suleman, in an interview, stated that he’s been in the UK for over 20 years, and seeing people helpless, he knew he had to do his part.

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Suleman Raza, a British-Pakistani immigrant and owner of the famous restaurant Spice Village, for several years, has been providing food to the homeless and poor in the UK. However, his efforts further increased after the COVID-19 pandemic hit the world.

He initiated the ‘’One Million Meals’’ program intending to feed the National health services (NHS) doctors, paramedics, and nurses who worked tirelessly in fighting against the global virus.

Raza was surprised when it came to his knowledge that the famous English football star David Beckham has noticed his efforts.

‘’That’s the best thing I’ve heard. Tell me what you need from me,” Beckham said, acknowledging and supporting Raza’s matchless initiative.

The support he received from Beckham brought Raza into the spotlight as his campaign received the much deserved special attention from the media. It provided him with a platform to not only speak about this mission but also raise more funds for his compassionate drive.

He received several corporate sponsorships and collaborated with other restaurants, along with an endorsement from the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

The ‘’No One Eats Alone’’ project :

Raza hails from Rawalpindi, Pakistan, and has been silently helping the community for a very long time by offering free meals to the needy and homeless.

He previously launched the ‘’No One Eats Alone’’ project in December 2019, which provided Christmas meals to elderly and homeless people to ensure that they aren’t alone on this special festival.

Suleman, in an interview, stated that he’s been in the UK for over 20 years, and seeing people helpless, he knew he had to do his part.

Not just here, he also sends Zakat and donations back to Pakistan. But he wanted to give back to the community he lived in.

”We have a lot of poverty in Pakistan and other Muslim countries, but it’s also my duty as a Muslim to look after those who are right across the road,” Raza says.

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  • Know him for years now. His Spice Village, Tooting Restaurant my favourite eat out place. He sold it and now operate Grand Sapphire Hotel & Banqueting a wedding hall in Croydon.


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