Wolves star helping to distribute food

Warrington Wolves forward Jason Clark is using his spare time to help out at a local food bank.
The Wolves star has helped collect products from around the local community before sorting out donations that are sent to the food bank.
“The club has the Foundation that does so much in the community,” he said.
“Neil Kelly was one of the first people I met back in Oz when I was still playing Souths, as he came out with the PDRL team, so I told him any time he needed a hand to give me a shout. “He had a delivery from Tesco of two trucks load of fruit and vegetables in Padgate.
“So we went out there to prepare the food bank and to distribute the food to the families.
“Another idea for players who have kids was to do a letterbox job and anyone willing or able, we’d swing past and pick it up. So we walk our street, it’s unbelievable how much the community is giving, they don’t really know who we are, but someone left a note to say how good is what we’re doing.”
Clark believes the community spirit on show around the world is proving a great learning experience for youngsters.
“The shining light is that my daughter is able to really witness what’s going on in the community,” he said.
“She’s seven in June, so to see people giving as they are now is a great lesson for her and youngsters out there. I hope it proves to be a real positive in the future.”