Families in the Bush Hall and surrounding districts reeling from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic were given a helping hand by Zulu International today.
Armed with the names and locations of those in need, chairman of Zulu, Vibbian Fagan along with several other members from the organization, drove around handing out hampers.
The hampers contained mostly food and other basic household items.
Speaking to Barbados TODAY during one his stops, Fagan said the band felt the need to give back during these tough times.
“We are just giving back to the communities that surround Bush Hall. We know during this hard time people would need some stuff so we are just trying to help out.
“We were given names by the political representative for the areas and we are just delivering the stuff to them,” Fagan said.
Some of the communities which benefited from the initiative were Bush Hall, Grazettes and Green Hill.
Fagan revealed that this was not the first such initiative by Zulu.
He said already for the year they had made donations to the Barbados Alliance To End Homelessness, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), Bayleys Primary School and the Ann Hill School.
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