T-shirt business and Rubeshen are grateful for Darren's Tip Jar

T-shirt business and Rubeshen are grateful for Darren's Tip Jar

More smiles in the KZN province at the end of the first week of Darren's Tip Jar. 

T-shirt business

The first week of Darren's Tip Jar has come to an end. We are so happy to have changed the lives of so many people in our province, especially following the multiple businesses that were torched during the looting this week. 

Today, Bhavik Chagan Budhia nominated his friend Rubeshen Moodley, who is an employee of his and unable to work for an income during this Level 4 lockdown. He has been working with him for the past five years. He is a single father who is willing to go the extra mile, but is struggling to make ends meet. 

We called Rubeshen and he was so emotional: 

Freelance costume designers in the film industry, Adriaan vander Westhuizen and Clinton, lost their home in Cape Town because of the COVID-19 pandemic. They now live in the basement of a house in Margate. They had recently started a T-shirt company called, Ablaze, where they sell cool funky shirts at markets. With the Level 4 lockdown, they remain without a source of income for themselves and their business.

We were able to uplift them with little contribution that made Clinton ecstatic:

We are always elated that the little we are doing for Darren's Decade with Lottoland.co.za is bringing joy to the people in our community. 


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