Businessman feeds 10 000 families in 60 days amid Covid-19 lockdown

Businessman feeds 10 000 families in 60 days amid Covid-19 lockdown

- Collen Mashawana has managed to help over 10 000 families during the pandemic

- He claims that his foundation has fed the thousands over a period of 60 days

- Social media users were inspired by his generosity and giving spirit

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Businessman Collen Mashawana has, through his foundation, fed over 10 000 people in three months. He has been assisting the hungry and poverty-stricken during the Covid-19 pandemic.

He took to social media to share that the Collen Mashawana Foundation has fed over 10 000 people in 60 days through the Covid-19 Relief Program. Most of the beneficiaries of the programme are the elderly, women, people living with disabilities and child-headed houses across the country.

"We continue to encourage more people to join the drive towards poverty eradication especially at such trying times."

The foundation distributes food parcels and PPE, having most recently distributed supplies to the community of Ha-Makhuvha and Ha-Mashawana Village. Facebook user Sinthumule Ntsundeni said:

"This is great, thanks for even doing this at home in Venda, Limpopo. God bless you my brother."

Mulaudzi Ramazhamba Rabelani said:

"May God bless you."

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Collen Mashawana is well-known for helping the community. Briefly.co.za previously reported that Collen Mashawana made a contribution towards the fight against the coronavirus. The entrepreneur handed out food, blankets and protective masks - among other things - to over 300 families in the Bekezela Informal Settlement on Friday.

Taking to social media last week, Mashawana gushed about giving back to the community and he prayed for South Africans during these hard times.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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