Black Coffee Foundation, SA Harvest team up for flood relief efforts

Black Coffee Foundation, SA Harvest team up for flood relief efforts

The Black Coffee Foundation has joined forces with the NGO SA Harvest to help flood victims in KwaZulu-Natal.

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The two entities say they will be raising funds for relief efforts.

They have also appealed to the public to donate items such as non-perishable food, blankets, clothes, baby food, pet food, nappies, and toiletries.

The foundation's CEO Lungie Maphumulo says she's excited about the partnership.

"We have partnered with SA Harvest simply because they have so much experience than we do in terms of raising funds and getting out there to the needy. My heart broke when I went to Ntuzma and found one hall they were having people from mothers, father and kids."   

READ: 29 areas hit by 12-hour water shutdown in KwaDukuza

SA Harvest's KZN operations manager Lindsay Hopkins says: "Black Coffee has a huge network and a large audience of different people to what SA Harvet may have, so it seems very useful to spread the word of how desperate and what the need is out on the ground.  

“Also with them being engaged with the community and the public they can often help us find more people that need attention and need assistance."   

Drop-offs in Durban can be made at Kings Park Stadium, in Cape Town at Eight Dacres Avenue in Epping  and at Eastborough Business Park in Johannesburg.


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