Rugby Legends fill trolleys for charity

Rugby Legends fill trolleys for charity

The socio-economic impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic is being felt throughout the country with many people unable to access basic necessities. 

SA Rugby Legends

The SA Rugby Legends Association has jumped in to help - and has been providing food parcels to those who need them.

Former Springbok and Cell C Sharks captain John Smit joined the workforce in Morningside, Durban this past weekend. 

"It's one thing to do it from the comfort of your home it's another thing to come to the shop get the goods, drop them off and feed people. 

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What I learned from Covid-19, I think we got a sense of perspective, if we learning anything is how not to take anything for granted. 

You go to these drops and these feeds and see how desperate people are for food and the hope the food does give them, it's hard to see how many people need food. 

But the more people do what SA Rugby Legends is doing the more we can help people to not feel so desperate about their next meal. 

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