Jeremy Loops urges fans to help victims of the Cape Town storm Entertaiment


Johannesburg – In the wake of the awful tempest hitting Cape Town, neighborhood muso Jeremy Loops has requested that fans venture in and help those in need.

Johannesburg – In the wake of the awful tempest hitting Cape Town, neighborhood muso Jeremy Loops has requested that fans venture in and help those in need.


Taking to Instagram the artist spoke to fans to help the "numerous vagrants whose lives are truly at hazard when the climate takes a turn this way."


"For a gift of just R12, you can guarantee a bed is given in a destitute asylum to a man for a night," Jeremy composed, including that he made a gift of 500 Euros that gave 20 individuals beds for five days each.


Read his full post here:


*Help Save Lives For Just $1/€1/£1* Cape Town, the place where I grew up, is encountering the most noticeably awful tempest we've found in 30 years. Trees evacuated, streets shut, streak surges all over, homes devastated, and, lamentably, 8 individuals have lost their lives as of now to the tempest. Unfortunately, with South Africa having one of the most noteworthy imbalance rates on the planet, our city has numerous vagrants whose lives are actually at hazard when the climate takes a turn this way. You can help have any kind of effect. For a gift of just $1/€1/£1/R12, you can guarantee a bed is given in a destitute sanctuary to a man for a night. I gave €100, to give 20 individuals beds for 5 days each, and the JL people group on Facebook has met up for sure, giving in abundance of €500 and numbering as of now. That is an additional 100 individuals in beds for 5 evenings! I'd love to see our Insta people group venture up as well! The connection to give is in my profile. In the event that you can give, without indicating the sum you gave, simply answer "done" and where on the planet you are in the remarks segment. On the other hand, tag in your companions to tell them about this cause. It would be dope in the event that we could as a group bring €1000+ up in a night.