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Honest-Polo-Crew donate to the families in crisis amid-lockdown

As the world continues to grapple with the widespread effects of Covid-19, the Honest Polo Crew aims to help orphanage centre and old age homes. This is a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) which has recently donated sanitary towels, food parcel and clothes in Soshanguve and Attredgeville in Pretoria. 

In an exclusive interview the founder of Honest Polo Crew, Sello Tsele told Gauteng News that this is a crucial time to donate to the disadvantaged families.  Tsele together with his Co-workers have realised that people seek help since most of them have lost their jobs due to Covid-19.

“This came in our mind during the pandemic, we saw a need to help disadvantaged families, since most of the people have become jobless,”

He indicated that their organisation has assisted families in crisis and three centres so far during the lockdown. 

“We have helped the needy families who were negatively affected by Covid-19. We have managed to donate to 2 centres around Pretoria (Soshanguve and Attredgeville) and 1 centre in Mpumalanga (Moloto),” 

Tsele also urged other donors to continue with giving away, more especially during this time where South Africa entered level 3 of adjusted lockdown.

“This is a very tough time for all of us so I can advice other charity organisation give more to the less advantage families. People have to master the art of giving as I’ve alluded to the fact that many people have lost their jobs due to this virus.” 

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