DJ Castro To Donate Stationery To Children In Five Different Towns In 2021

He is stopping at nothing to make stationery accessible to every less fortunate kid in Namibia

By  | Jan 11, 2021, 02:26 PM  | DJ Castro  | Top of The

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DJ Castro is one of the country's most charitable personalities and this year he is stopping at nothing again to make sure that underprivileged children from different parts of the country have stationery for the 2021 academic year.

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In a post on Instagram this morning, the DJ said as the country and the whole world is currently feeling the pinch imposed by the spread of COVID-19, we can overcome our divisiveness by only being united.

He said every year they donate stationery in the country for orphans and this year they are looking at helping less fortunate children.

"Every year we collect school stationery for orphans that can’t afford to avoid stationary being an excuse for failure. This is the 4th year and we are looking at helping more less fortunate children, COVID-19 has affected us all but with unity, we can overcome divisiveness 🙏🏾," he wrote.

He further said this year they are looking at donating in 5 different towns. "Last year we collected enough for Otjiwarongo and a resettlement in Kombat, this year we are looking at helping 5 different towns. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any school stationery donation. Let’s Unite ."



Last year DJ Castro also donated 20 blankets to different households in the new Ombili location.

The DJ encouraged others to lend a helping hand, to help the less fortunate in our communities. In a tweet, Castro said "I bought blankets for 20 households at the new Ombili location with my bro @yeezir.nam. It’s very cold and unfortunately, we couldn’t cater for everyone, if you are out there & wanna donate a blanket don’t hesitate to contact me. Any donations are welcome from as little as $100. Let’s unite and help the less fortunate in our community, every kind act you do can change the world," he wrote.

Another artist who has been showcasing her good deeds on social media is Top Cheri. The musician shared plans on how she thinks female musicians can contribute towards improving the lives of Namibian girls. This follows after she was on tour around Namibia where she was donating sanitary products to Namibian school girls.

In a tweet, she highlighted that Namibian female artists can work on charity shows where they can donate some of the proceeds they make from the shows to fund the buying of sanitary products that can be donated to schoolgirls in Namibia. ''I’m calling on all Female Artists. My dear Queens ... Let’s do Monthly shows to raise money that goes into buying sanitary items for girls in rural areas.'' she tweeted.

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