- US-based Mzansi actress Nomzamo Mbatha has helped the CottonOn foundation in raising funds
- The funds are going to help children who come from disadvantaged backgrounds and communities
- Nomzamo is not a stranger to helping with charity and even has her own foundation
Nomzamo Mbatha is the gift that keeps on giving. The actress has recently helped raise $10 million (R147 million) for marginalised children through the CottonOn foundation. Taking to Instagram, Nomzamo shared a video that expressed how grateful she is.
Nomzamo was super excited in the video and she started off by saying that she has some very good news. She captioned her post:
"As you can see, I CANNOT hide my joy. Service is at the core of our being and purpose."
The actress thanked everyone who bought a tote bag, sanitiser, face mask or water at CottonOn. The funds went to children who come from disadvantaged homes and backgrounds.
"Thank you for buying the products in stores that help us raise funds to continue to assist children from marginalised communities," said Nomzamo.
The funds were raised over a period of six months. The foundation aims to make sure that children who are suffering are still able to get the quality education that they deserve.
The foundation has also helped donate 17 000 food packages to make sure that the children don't go to bed hungry.
Nomzamo has turned helping out people who are disadvantaged into a lifestyle. The actress never misses an opportunity to help out where she can and even has her very own foundation called Nomzamo Lighthouse Foundation.
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Nomzamo Mbatha gave away supplies to needy Mzansi primary schools. Nomzamo Mbatha is giving back to the community through her foundation.
The stunner is playing her part in making sure that no primary school child goes to school barefoot and without a jersey.
The actress knows that some parents, who have been financially affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, are struggling to buy school uniforms for their kids as Mzansi schools are about to open for the first term.
The star has taken to social media to announce that she and her partners have embarked on a nationwide search for primary schools that need support.
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