Nyasha Kada, Entertainment Reporter
UK based charity organisation, Hope Foundation, has intensified its Covid-19 Relief work in the country.
The organisation that was launched last year has distributed several hampers that contained basic food stuffs and detergents to various families in Harare, Chegutu and Chakari respectively.
This week the organisation revealed that they will focusing on distributing hampers in Bulawayo.
Apart from Zimbabwe, they have also done donations in Johannesburg, South Africa.
In an interview, Tafadzwa Dhliwayo, the founder of Ebenezer Hope Organisation, said:
“This week we are giving hampers to Bulawayo Orphan Care and child headed families in Tee City.
“So far we have donated to over 50 families throughout Zimbabwe and South Africa combined.
“Ten of those were blind from the Harare Blind Mission Association.
“We also look forward to going to other cities like Mutare amongst others.
“So many partners have joined us for this initiative and we would like to thank them for their great help.
“The likes of Madam Boss Foundation and Shamwari YeMwanasikana NGO amongst so many others have done a good deed during this pandemic, ” she said.
“Our mission is to bring hope amongst the hopeless and voiceless in the Diaspora and Africa by setting and providing platforms that will help better their lives.
“We also aim to empower and advocate for the rights of orphans, physically, visually and hearing impaired and the less privileged families and individuals.”
Tafadzwa Dhliwayo a former model, who scooped Misa Zimbabwe UK first princess crown founded the organisation with her husband, Charles with the help of her parents Mr Christmas and Mrs Constance Jambwa.