TERENCE MISELO writes
Models under the Ynot Youth Movement aimed at contributing positively to society and vulnerable children tomorrow host a ‘Bum short Fundraising Carwash’ to raise funds for the needy at Asis Home of the Disabled in Lusaka’s Ngombe Township.
The event to be held at the newly opened Truth Café in Avondale is arranged in an effort to promote charity works through entertainment.
Ynot Youth Movement has been running various similar programmes to insist on artistes, entertainers, models and all key players in the entertainment industry to have a sense of social responsibility.
“Ynot Youth Movement is a clothing line and an entertainment brand that wants to use entertainment for positive change. We have worked with various people in the industry especially our models for the benefit of the vulnerable in society. This fundraiser on Saturday is one among the many we are doing and we urge all fun-loving people to bring their cars for a wash while they get great entertainment,” said a representative in a statement.
And Truth Café Management says they are very happy to host this rare event which will be held alongside QFM DJ Showsta’s Social Chill Street Party.
“We are equally happy to be part of this noble cause and we feel encourage Lusaka residents to experience our entertainment as they help the needy,” said Truth Café promotions manager Nando Sebitwane aka the Big Fat Nando.