According to Manchester United’s official website, Rashford was awarded the Medal of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) by the British Royal Family for actively helping disadvantaged children during the epidemic.
The MBE Medal is one of England’s traditional honors, dating back to 1917 during the First World War, founded by King George V. At present, the MBE Medal awards are mainly for people in England who have outstanding performance in their respective fields.
Rashford wrote on his personal social network account: "I feel very honored and humbled to be awarded the MBE Medal. As a young black player from Manchester's southern neighborhood, I never thought I would receive the British Royal Medal. Let alone get it at the age of 22."
"For me and my family, getting the MBE medal is a very special moment, especially for my mother, she should be the true owner of this medal."
"The struggle to help disadvantaged children is not over yet. I will continue to work to help poor families in the community. If I don't use this honor to help the children through the difficulties of the second half of the semester, it would be unfair to them. If the rescue plan does not reach the end of the extended period, we will face rising unemployment."
"This plan will make the parents of millions of children in the UK one less worry. Let us stand together and say that children in the UK should never go to bed hungry. As I have said many times before, whether you have What you feel, what opinions you have, there is no food to eat, this kind of thing is definitely not the child's fault."