Hollywood Foundation has committed R3 million in assistance to communities and areas affected by the recent unrest.
This past week has been incredibly testing for all of us. The devastation from the severe civil unrest, with the looting and violence in parts of Gauteng and most of KwaZulu-Natal has been heart-wrenching.
Despite these difficult circumstances, we have seen communities coming together united to help one another in the true sense of “Ubuntu”.
Hollywood Foundation has pledged a R3 million investment towards the rebuilding of our communities. Through our #HopeisPower project, we aim to provide immediate relief in the form of food parcels or assistance to areas in major distress, as well as providing support to businesses impacted by the other riots to help them get back on their feet.
Hollywood Foundation and Gagazi FM handed over various equipment items that were valued at R25 000.
In an effort to bring hope the launch revealed that the Hollywood Foundation, in collaboration with Marawa Sports Worldwide, will be contributing R100 000 to assist and support Rodney Ramagalela, a footballer for Chippa United FC.