Lerato Kganyago dedicates her time to give back to underprivileged girls

Lerato Kganyago dedicates her time to give back to underprivileged girls

Lerato Kganyago dedicates her time to give back to underprivileged girls

Lerato Kganyago is about to celebrate her birthday on July 22 and what better way to celebrate it than giving back to underprivileged girls and communities

Lerato Kganyago dedicates her time to give back to underprivileged girls

Lerato introduced her elegantly designed Flutter By LKG sanitary pads brand, which is an addition to her Flutter family. The DJ has decided to put her philanthropic ways to good use by giving back to charities.

Lerato Kganyago dedicates her time to give back to underprivileged girls

Her sanitary pads are manufactured by a black female entrepreneur, whose company is run exclusively by black women.

Lerato started donating in Hammanskraal, Tshwane, on Friday by donating 200 sanitary pads to a non-profit organisation called Ubuhle be’Ntombi zeNgcuce.

As part of her 67 minutes for Mandela, LKG together with the Mayor of Ekurhuleni Mzwandile Masina, distributed sanitary pads with an estimated worth of R120 000 to communities in Daveyton, and donated 12 000 pads to surrounding areas. They also donated 67 food parcels and 3 000 face masks.

Sharing on her twitter account she wrote, “Thousands of #FlutterbyLKG pads where distributed in Hamaanskraal, Ekhuruleni and KZN. Women’s sexual and reproductive health are not just women’s issues, they are societal issues. Flutter’s main objective is to uplift our society, one female at a time. The journey continues…”

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