All 72 clubs from the Championship to League Two were involved in helping to tackle some of the biggest issues facing society, from homelessness and reoffending to mental health and community inclusion.
The Aston Villa winger, 31, headed out on to the streets of Birmingham with the Outreach Angels to give supplies to those in need.
Speaking to media, and decked out in a beanie, hi-vis vest and gloves, he said: “I’ve been on the hot food today. Everyone took their food and it’s all finished now.
“There’s not even enough to go around but we can only do what we can do with the charity.
“I know they’ve done a great job in organising it and handing stuff out to the homeless.
“It’s not just about football, it’s about interacting with the community.
“If anyone can help, then great. It doesn’t have to be just Aston Villa Football Club, it can be the supporters and players.”
Villa’s relationship with Outreach Angels started when a game was abandoned and the club suddenly had food they needed to distribute and the volunteers stepped in to help.
And it is not just at Aston Villa where players have been getting hands on with community projects.
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