The Black Coffee’s foundation launched a Food Bank initiative that is aimed at donating food to needy families.
On the launching of the initiative, the Grammy-award-winning musician blessed 100 needy families and three NPO’s, Ngangelizwe., Qweqwe and Zimbane. CEO of Black Coffe Foundation, Lungi Maphumulo speaks about the launched Food Book and the goal of the initiative.
“We are concentrating on mostly rural areas because that is where we believe we will find disadvantaged families. The reason we started this Black Coffee Food Bank is because Black Coffee grew up here in Mthatha. He got to experience the problems faced by the communities of Mthatha and that is why we decided to donate food as no one must go to bed hungry. We believe that every family must have a good Christmas like all families,” she said.
“As they say charity begins at home so this initiative is very close to his heart. We are all about improving the lives of the needy people. We want to teach people that each one must help one another for people to have a better tomorrow. Nobody must go to bed on an empty stomach,” she added.
Food bank launch with @FoundationByBC & @saharvest1 @FeedTheNationSA pic.twitter.com/aPyItRjxK2
— Black Coffee (@RealBlackCoffee) November 17, 2022
Source – Fakaza
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