Everton star hands out free dinner to homeless people

Steven Naismith on Wednesday, December 9 sponsored the Christmas dinner for hundreds of homeless people in Glasgow

Steven Naismith feeds homeless people in Glasgow

In the spirit of the Christmas seasons, Everton star Steven Naismith gave out free dinner to hundreds of homeless people in his home country, Scotland.

The forward on Wednesday, December 9 sponsored the Christmas dinner for hundreds of homeless people at charity Loaves and Fishes, an organisation which helps those sleeping rough in the city and also operates a food bank.

The Scotland international says it’s humbling for him to do that.

“I am privileged to have the opportunity to once again support the great work that Denis [Curran, chairmain of Loaves and Fishes] and his team of helpers do for people in need in Glasgow," the 29-year-old is quoted to say by UK Mirror.

"Giving them a hot meal, clothes, food parcels and probably most importantly, a warm welcome from people who care. it is both humbling and inspiring."

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