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Gucci Donated $1 Million To Beyoncé’s BeyGood4Burundi to Provide Africa of Clean Water

Besides their very generous $500,000 USD donation to the March for Our Lives gun control protest. Gucci is now uniting with Beyoncé’s BEYGOOD4BURUNDI to help bring safe water to the most vulnerable African women and children.

Apart from being a performer, a wife, a mother and more —the singer does a lot for charity. Burundi is one of the most populated African nations with roughly half of the population without access to clean, potable water. Since the launch of BEYGOOD4BURUNDI in 2017, they provided the country with more than 35 water wells to reach up to 366,000 women and children by 2020.

 

The luxury designer brand pledged $1 million to Queen Bey’s cause. With your help, millions of people can finally get access to safe water, as BEYGOOD4BURUNDI, UNICEF, Gucci and CHIME FOR CHANGE support building water supply systems for hospitals and schools. For those who didn’t know, the Chime For Change initiative was founded by Beyoncé, Gucci and Selma Hayek back in 2013. We applaud Gucci for being so generous. You don’t need to go as big as Gucci did. But if you have the means to donate don’t hesitate to do so.

Help BEYGOOD4BURUNDI to save the world

The reason why BEYGOOD4BURUNDI is mainly targeting them is because they are the most affected by the water crisis in Burundi. They would be much safer if they didn’t have to walk long dangerous routes to have access to safe water. Providing clean water will prevent them from being attacked on the road. Plus, that way young girls could actually go to school.

As we speak 35 wells have already been built, your donation will allow for 80 more wells. Granting BEYGOOD4BURUNDI to reach their goal by 2020. Which is helping out women and children to get access to clean water and establishing better hygiene and sanitation.

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