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Ways to donate to the Zimbabwe Coronavirus COVID-19 response




Ways to donate to the Zimbabwe Coronavirus COVID-19 response. Here are the ways you can donate to Zimbabwe’s Coronavirus response


1. Zimbabwe Covid-19 Citizens Healthcare Support Fund

We already wrote about the launch of this fundraising campaign a few days ago here. It is spearheaded by Freeman Chari, who has headed other successful relief fundraisers on GoFundMe, most notably for the Cyclone Idai response. As this is on GoFund me, the only accepted payment methods are international ones like Paypal, Mastercard, VISA and so on.


2. Citizens Initiative Via EcoCash

This is the same initiative as the one above, but was created to cater for those donating using EcoCash.

The number to send money to is +263777078387 and the subscriber name that shows up is Wellington Mahohoma (He’s part of the team at Citcen’s Initiatives.


3. Covid-19 Zimbabwe – ZimThrive on GoFundMe

This fundraising campaign, headed by Mike Tashaya, has been set up by the same team behind one of Zimbabwe’s homecoming art festival, ZimThrive. Other notable individuals behind the effort are Dr. Brighton Chireka

Note: If you know other fundraising efforts underway which you think we should include here – especially those accepting local Zimbabwean payment methods like EcoCash and ZIPIT – please lets know in the comments below and we’ll include them.

Source – Pindula News

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If you suspect you have COVID-19 infection or wish to obtain more information on this disease, please call the Ministry of Health and Child Care on toll-free hotline number 2019 for assistance +263714734593 or +263774112531