Sports stars from across South Africa have joined the All in Africa movement to help make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate, while also providing various fans with a once in a lifetime opportunity of winning unique memorabilia from these athletes.
The All in Africa challenge has been making waves on social media in recent weeks and has seen the likes of World Cup winning Springboks Siya Kolisi, Handre Pollard, Willie le Roux and Pieter-Steph du Toit donate some of their rugby memorabilia, while Proteas stars AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn have also joined the cause.
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As a non-profit organisation the movement is pretty simple; people are allowed to make a donation, of any amount, which in return will give them the opportunity of winning some of these memorabilia via a lucky draw.
The more you donate to a specific item, the better your chances of winning.
To date more than R85 000 has been raised with Kolisi’s 2019 World Cup winning rugby boots and jersey, which were signed by the Springbok captain himself, one of the items up for grabs.
Last week De Villiers accepted the challenge and offered one of his South African T20 jerseys to the challenge, while also nominating Steyn and Faf du Plessis in the process.
On Sunday Steyn also donated one of his former T20 World Cup tops, which will certainly get people bidding from across the country.
The movement was founded by three students from Stellenbosch University, Stefan Stofberg and Daneel and Stefan Steinmann, who have taken up president Cyril Ramaphosa’s call to make a difference during this Covid-19 pandemic.
All proceeds raised will eventually be donated across the Hillsong Africa Foundation, the Kolisi Foundation, the Hanna Charity & Empowerment Foundation, the Kunye Feed SA initiative and Hey! Help! A light in the World Foundation.