Media personality, Pearl Thusi, has partnered up with two incredible organisations to supply school shoes for underprivileged children.
Pearl Thusi took to her Instagram account earlier today to announce the exciting news. She has partnered with EuropaArt and the Nelson Mandela Foundation SA for this incredible project.
Pearl wrote: "Exciting news!!!! I have partnered up with @europaart & the @nelsonmandelafoundationsa to make sure that at least 10 000 children don't have to go to school barefoot or have proper shoes to use to go to school."
She urged her Instagram followers to join them as they are using fashion to drive change to secure a better future for the children of this country. Take a look at the video below.
Pearl said: "Please join us as we using fashion to drive change and be part of a legacy of doing what we can and must to secure a better future for the children of this country. Each show will cost R90. Go to any Europa Art store to make a contribution of R45 and we will match it. You can also donate R90 or as much as your heart desires."
Her Instagram post had 8441 views and 77 comments since being posted. Most of her followers loved the idea and only had good things to say.
Take a look below at some of the comments:
Missmaymaybaby: "Fren!!! This is awesome! ♥️"
Leecolleenz: "I’m definitely participating. It takes such to make a difference thank you for allowing us to be part. ❤"
Med_aesthetique: "Amazing initiative! "
_kingdlomo: "Love this and I love you Amazing!"
Mandisa_slie: "That amazing bbeslove yah❤️❤️"
Nana.kwasi.wiafe: "Pls take all my money "
Punakkies224: "Good course I'm definitely contributing☺"
Young_breezy7: "Well done pearl❤️"
Earlier today, Briefly.co.za reported that Pearl Thusi is all about uplifting her fellow sisters, especially her South African ones. The stunning and independent star took to social media to show some love to Mzansi-born international star, Lesley-Ann Brandt.
Lesley was born in Cape Town and moved overseas when she was a child. Despite her having moved when she was young, Lesley still feels that her soul is tied to the Mother Land.
Briefly.co.za knows how Lesley’s name took over South African headlines when she spoke Afrikaans in the hugely-popular Netflix series, Lucifer.
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