Several South African artists are now also offering their services to assist those in the medical field by supporting the Smile Foundation Tixsa’s initiative. This campaign was recently launched and involves the purchase of essential supplies / PPE for those in the medical industry – and anyone from businesses to individuals can contribute. Many medical workers are currently combating COVID-19 and unfortunately safety gear is becoming less.
Several artists have already joined hands and we urge all agents to contact the team to sign their artists up in making a difference.
Legendary singer-songwriter, Anton Goosen hosted an online show on Saturday, April 25, at 17:00 and a portion of the proceeds was donated to this campaign. The public can look forward to more big names in the pipeline.
“Smile Foundation would like to extend a huge thanks to Tixsa for partnering with us on this crucial campaign as well as many other campaigns to uplift the lives of South Africans. The Tixsa facility is a highly reputable and highly recommended online facility that has evolved into being a platform used for the NGO world to support their needs,” Hedley Lewis, CEO of Smile Foundation said.
While most South Africans can attempt to stay safe and healthy at their homes, thousands of medical workers are treating the infected. This is where Smile Foundation wants to make a change and take hands with the country to support each other. With the involvement of artists, their supporters can enjoy their shows while making a difference.
According to Lewis, this is now the time where your contribution will have the greatest impact ever and that anyone is now in the position to make a difference.
Tixsa is a private label software solution that enables the processing of online and remote donations – locally and internationally. Their services and platform are available to all credible non-for-profit community-based organisations at a minimal and set transaction processing fee. Tixsa is donating proceeds back to the operational cost of other NGO’s, community-based organisations or ambassadors activating their communities in support of plausible and credible causes such as this initiative by The Smile Foundation.
Smile Foundation is a South African NGO that assists children with any type of facial or other conditions, to receive reconstructive surgery within South Africa. Now, during this incredibly challenging period that South Africa is going through, they also want to make a difference in the lives of those fighting for us.
Companies and individuals can visit bit.ly/smilehtof to make their donation and sponsor PPE, from masks and scrubs to surgical gloves that are desperately needed. Follow Tixsa on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for more on the campaign.
For more information, contact Smile Foundation on www.smilefoundationsa.org or 083 651 4545