Sunday, October 25, 2020
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Multiply Money matches clients’ Solidarity Fund donations

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In an effort to multiply its contribution in these challenging times, Multiply Money, a product of Momentum Multiply, has announced an initiative to collaborate with clients who wish to donate to the Solidarity Fund. Multiply Money will match the value of donations made through the Multiply Money app by a total of R500 000.

Kim Mopelong, Head of Product at Momentum Multiply says, “The past few months have been a trying time for South Africans and the impact of this pandemic cannot be ignored. So we wanted to make a contribution together with our clients, and invite but also inspire those who can donate, to make a difference as well.”

The Solidarity Fund was set up to support the national health response, contribute to humanitarian relief efforts and mobilise South Africans to drive a united response against COVID-19. So far, the fund has received almost R3bn in pledges of its R4bn target.

“It is incumbent on all South Africans, and especially our businesses, to stand in solidarity with all efforts to help those impacted by the pandemic. We hope that our initiative will encourage our clients to give back, even if it is only a small donation. Every little bit counts,” says Mopelong.

To take advantage of this offer, all a client needs to do is login to the Multiply Money app, go to ‘Transact’ and choose ‘Donate’. “From there it is just a matter of selecting the amount you are willing to donate to help your fellow South Africans in this time of need, and we will match it by up to R500 000,” concludes Mopelong.

Learn more about the Multiply Money app, and if you’re a Multiply Money client, donate to the Solidarity Fund today. This initiative will be in place for a limited time.

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