Gift of the Givers Foundation announced that it received a letter of congratulations from Parliament for its efforts in combating Hunger.
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GIFT OF THE GIVERS RECOGNISED BY PARLIAMENT
The Congratulatory message from the Parliament read as follows:
On 20 September 2022, The National Assembly agreed to a motion noting the establishment of Gift Of The Givers Foundation in 1992 as a non-governmental organisation and disaster relief group to assist persons who face disasters all over the world and have other humanitarian requirements.
The Assembly further noted that the Gift Of The Givers has a passion for hunger alleviation, is committed to the provision of water to desperate communities, promotes human development, creates a conducive environment for education and contributes to the healthcare of communities, and has been involved in various relief efforts and programmes in this regard.
The Assembly acknowledged that you have indicated that over the years your passion for humanitarianism, Fervour for and belief in mankind, is what really motivated and energised you.
“The Assembly congratulates you on a job well done, and wishes you and Gift Of The Givers Foundation continued success in your endeavours.”Parliament
A copy of the Minutes of Proceedings of the National Assembly dated 20 September 2022, containing the full text of the motion, is attached.
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ABOUT THE THIS NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATION
The Gift of the Givers Foundation is the largest disaster response, non-governmental organisation of African origin on the African continent.
It works to unite people, with a common vision, to make a real and telling difference by serving mankind for the ‘Greater Good’.
Assistance is provided unconditionally; assisting the needy, irrespective of human or animal, race, religion, colour, class, political affiliation or geographic location.
Since its inception in 1992, the organisation has been responsible for the delivery of life-saving goods and on-the-ground support for innumerable people, collectively valued at some R4.5 billion, in more than 45 countries across the globe, including South Africa.
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