• Jaguar Land Rover and Minnie Dlamini join forces to feed orphans and the elderly

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    Jaguar Land Rover South Africa and the Minnie Dlamini Foundation have joined forces to help feed orphans and elderly around the country who may not have access to regular meals during the COVID-19 lockdown.

    Through its partnership with Land Rover, the South African Red Cross will now use Land Rover vehicles to distribute food parcels and continue to educate communities about the coronavirus.

    The non-profit #FeedingSATogether initiative has already seen the delivery of 90 NUTRIWELL food packs to the Khyalethu School near Knysna, and with the help of the South African Red Cross Society (SARCS) a further 200 packs have been distributed to orphanages and old age homes in Soweto, Daveyton, Germiston, Brakpan and Benoni.

    Jaguar Land Rover and Minnie Dlamini are now calling on any company, business or individual who is able to contribute to the cause, to donate to the campaign in order to extend the service to other areas.