Bonafide Pakistan Flood Relief Charity Single!

Anyone who knows me, knows how much I’m behind all legitimate causes raising awareness and money for the Pakistan Flood Relief efforts. These past few months I’ve been really proud of my friends organising concerts and fashion shows as well as making sure that people don’t forget the devastation caused by the floods in Pakistan this summer.

The United Nations has rated the floods in Pakistan as the greatest humanitarian crisis in recent history. Already, more people have been affected in Pakistan than the 2004 South-East Asian tsunami and the recent earthquakes in Kashmir and Haiti combined! And with the winter months steadily kicking in, the 20 million Pakistanis displaced by this disaster desperately need your continued help and support!

Lebara Mobile and Manchester based musicians Bonafide announced a partnership aimed at helping the people of Pakistan rebuild their lives following the devastating floods earlier this summer. Lebara Mobile have promised to match all proceeds from Bonafide’s new charity single ‘Jeevay Pakistan’.

All proceeds from the sale of the single will be donated, via the Lebara Foundation, to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), who are working actively on the ground with the Pakistan Red Crescent in the most devastated regions of the country.

You can buy the single by following this link! BONAFIDE ‘Jeevay Pakistan’

Well done for all your efforts boys! I’ve just bought my copy!

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