Methodist Church of Great Britain leader Reverend Cliff Shanganya and wife Christine have played their part in helping victims of Cyclone Idai.
The couple who are also recording artistes last week sent through their donation and say their hearts are with the grieving families.
Through their The World Is My Parish Children’s Foundation charity, the couple was also able to source for relief items meant for rescue teams and volunteers who are working in Chimanimani and Chipinge.
“As we urge prayers and support for the victims of Cyclone Idai which has affected Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, we have added our little donation.
“Through our The World Is My Parish foundation here in Britain we have paid tribute with a small token and hope this will go a long way in helping our fellow brothers and sisters back home.
“The foundation’s thoughts and prayers are with all the affected people, peace be still Zimbabwe,” said Rev Sanganya.
The couple have also stepped up efforts to dedicate a piece on their forthcoming album.
Titled-Mweya Wangu Pfuura Nesimba-the offering also features Rev Shanganya’s daughter Brenda.
“We are currently in the studio working on a new album and promise to have a song that will comfort those in grieve.
“We also wish to have the album launched back home where we will channel more proceedings to the victims,” he said.
Reverend Shanganya’s handler and producer Allan Dzobo handed the donated goods on behalf of the couple.