Boere Droogtehulp SA – Aid request for drought stricken farmers

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Boere Droogtehulp SA NPC.

Dear Donor,

In South Africa, farming is the biggest commercial source of food. Farmers feed our nation on a daily basis. Drought in South Africa is busy taking its toll, farmers are giving up, crying for help just to keep their animals alive for a bit longer. Trying to plant and or getting a last crop off their lands……

Our farmers is facing a massive drought in large areas of South Africa. While we are actively
delivering food i.e. fodder, lucern, maize and grass we need your help to make our efforts go even further!

You can help us to keep these trucks and bakkies running with food to our farmers. Your support is crucial to our efforts to drought relief.

If you’re able, we’d love it if you could make a donation to help us achieve our mission in assisting our farmers in this time of need.

Thank you in advance for your contribution. Your donation will go toward fuel, transport and food for our farmers:
Here are the ways you can make a donation:

• Make a donation into our bank account.
• Donate food for the animals, food for some farmers.
• Sponsor of transport and or fuel.
• Food and or clothing for less fortunate people.
• By joining us on our next outreach to help those in need.
• We also urgently require bottled water.

Please take note that Jan Lotz is part of the Boere Droogtehulp SA NPC team and represents us in the Free State area, assisting with marketing and finding sponsors.

Thank you again!

Sincerely,
Chris van Beljon
Jan Lotz
JJ du Preez

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