Siya Kolisi's foundation plans to feed the hungry: "Each one feed one"

Siya Kolisi's foundation plans to feed the hungry: "Each one feed one"

- Siya Kolisi's foundation is focusing on feeding the nation with donations from the public

- The Kolisi Foundation has already helped hospitals and frontline workers with protective equipment

- His latest post shows the Springbok captain showing what a month's food for a family looks like

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Siya Kolisi posted a picture on Instagram of himself with various food products strewn in front of him.

He captioned the post with this message:

"One pack, one family, one month! #onebyone #eachonefeedone"

The Kolisi Foundation has an ambitious plan to help the vulnerable. The website asks for donations and claims to be able to feed a family for a month with just R100.

Briefly.co.za also learned that the website also allows people to join in and volunteer.

According to Biznews, the foundation has been able to help three hospitals with protective equipment but their main aim is to help feed people so that they can stay safe and stay at home.

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Here is what social media users had to say about his latest post.

trublu_tailor: " U are a true winner n hero."
to.ny5455: "Comrade uyasebenzA well done Job Siya."
madimetja_mapeka_mj: "You are an Inspiration brother, God bless you with another World Cup ."
mikebody_teamiron: "Siya, you and Rachel are doing a wonderful job, well done you will be blessed!"

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that the nationwide lockdown has undoubtedly put a huge financial strain on households across South Africa.

Briefly.co.za shared numerous stories of goodwill during this challenging time and Springbok captain Siya Kolisi has been at the heart of some of them.

This time, Kolisi partnered with former Proteas captain Faff du Plessis to help an impoverished community on the dangerous Cape Flats.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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