Du Plessis donates bat and pink ODI jersey for auction

Former Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has come forward to raise funds for food for the underprivileged children of society. The coronavirus epidemic ended the world’s financial woes and South Africa is no exception from this. Du Plessis has decided to auction off his newly purchased bat and one-day pink jersey for the country’s underprivileged children.

Former Proteas teammate AB de Villiers nominated him for the job In other words, Du Plessis responded to the call of the former national teammate. He played this jersey in the ODI series against England in 2016.

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Proceeds from the auction will be donated by DuPlessis to the Hillsong Africa Foundation. The Proteas batsman also said that the goal is to raise 500,000 bands through this project. He also said that food will be provided to the poor children of the local community .

This is not the first time, however, that the Du Plessis Covid-19 has been hit by the epidemic. The former Proteas captain and his wife have raised funds for the charity to feed about 35,000 children.


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All in Africa Challenge Hey Guys, As you all know the Covid – 19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on a lot of people, and we’re experiencing these effects first hand in South Africa. I’ve accepted the @allin_africa challenge after being nominated by @siya_kolisi_the_bear and @abdevilliers17 . I’ve donated one of my new IXU bats and a Pink signed ODI shirt from the 2016 Pink ODI against England that will be auctioned on All in Africa’s website. All of the proceeds of the auction will go towards a project I’ve launched with the Hillsong Africa Foundation. The goal of the project is to raise R500 000 that will be used to feed vulnerable children from local communities. Every donation will go a long way in helping these children. If you’d like to make a bid on these items, please check out link in my bio Stay safe

A post shared by Faf du plessis (@fafdup) on Jul 18, 2020 at 12:35am PDT

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