| Watch a heartfelt address from GOTG founder and South African hero Dr. Imtiaz Suliman.
It’s a sentiment often expressed on social media: “I would vote for Imtiaz Suliman as president.”
The founder of Gift of the Givers (GOTG) has been hailed as a hero for quietly continuing his work to help South Africans in need, along with people in other parts of the world.
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This year, the disaster relief organization celebrates its 30th anniversary. (Scroll down to watch a video released to celebrate the landmark)
Dr. Suliman started from his home back in 1992 with a feeding schedule; GOTG is now the largest African-based disaster relief NGO on the continent.
#DidYouKnow The Donors Fund was founded in the home of Dr. Imtiaz Suliman and operated from his children’s bedroom for the first 3 years? Our first office was at 41 Loop Street in Pietermaritzburg. The first project was a weekly feeding schedule. pic.twitter.com/vps7kAXKjA
— Gift of the Givers (@GiftoftheGivers) August 4, 2022
— Gift of the Givers (@GiftoftheGivers) August 11, 2022
GOTG is partnering with crowdfunding platform BackaBuddy to celebrate 30 years of service to humanity.
Dr Suliman says they call on humanity “to make a difference, restore dignity and give hope to those who need it most”.
“We will serve all people; of all races, of all religions, of all colors, of all classes, of all cultures…of every geographical location and of every political affiliation.’
“We will serve them unconditionally, expecting nothing in return.”
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Watch the video below and listen to Dr. Imtiaz’s heartfelt appeal:
This article first appeared on CapeTalk: Gift of the Givers celebrates 30 years, needs YOUR help to keep helping SA