nternationally renowned South African DJ Black Coffee has announced that for his Home Brewed 001 live stream, they have raised over R76,000 towards Solidarity South Africa!
And so far out of the 202 followers of the page, all of them donated something towards his GoFundMe efforts to help towards the COVID-19 spread.
“Blown away by all of the love & generosity following yesterday’s stream. For Home Brewed 001, we raised over 76,000 ZAR towards @SolidarityRSA Thank YOU! I’ll be streaming again next Saturday. to continue raising money for the cause,” shared Black Coffee.
When MGOSI.co.za visited his GoFundMe Solidarity page it has raised more than R95,000 on Monday morning (07:07 – CAT).
DJ Black Coffee, real name Nkosinathi Maphumulo also announced on Sunday that donations were still open.
“After weeks of isolation + reflecting, I’ve decided that I will commit to a residency of Livestream sessions… but this time, while fundraising and building awareness to aid different charities,” said Black Coffee on his GoFundME Solidarity Fundraiser page.
Black Coffee said that the foundations involved, contributors and himself are together in the fight against COVID-19.
“These foundations along with you and I are together in the fight against COVID-19, healing our loved ones, supporting the medical staff on the frontline and empowering freedom to live our lives to the fullest once again. For this first time, the whole planet is united… #WeAreOne,” said Black Coffee.
Black Coffee said that for the Home Brewed Episode 001 he created the GoFundMe page to collect funds for Solidarity Fund of South Africa, (which was put in place by President Cyril Ramaphosa) who aims to prevent, detect, care and support those affected by this evil virus,” expressed Black Coffee.
He said that any contributions you can make, small or large helps in a major way. Those who are willing to donate can go to Black Coffee’s GoFundMe Solidarity Fundraiser [HERE].
His GoFundMe Solidarity efforts’ goal is to raise $50,000 towards the Solidarity Fund of South Africa.
His GoFundMe page has since grown to 202 followers, 202 donors and has been shared across social media 306 times.
To make donations to the Solidarity Fund of South Africa you can click [HERE].