Demi-Leigh Tebow Shares Message Of Hope With South Africans

As the country enters lockdown to flatten the curve of the Covid-19 coronavirus infection rate, former Miss South Africa and Miss Universe Demi-Leigh Tebow has shared a heart-warming message to South Africans during this difficult time.

Demi-Leigh, who is currently self-isolating with husband Tim Tebow in the United States shares “My heart is with SA. ”

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My heart is always with SA 🇿🇦❤ I know there’s so much fear and anxiety for the nation wide lockdown that’s been implemented. I’d really like to encourage all my fellow South Africans to support one another in these uncertain and unfamiliar times by keeping each other motivated, being kind and selfless. If you are able to, I would also encourage you to support small businesses by ordering online, or even placing orders with your favorite farmers market suppliers instead of going to big corporations. If permitted, order delivery food from small restaurants and make sure to tip the delivery guy. We can’t help everyone but we can all help one another. Furthermore, President Ramaphosa announced that a Solidarity Fund has been created to help save lives and support the economy. You can make a contribution by following the link in my bio. #FaithOverFear, #StayHome, #strongertogether

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She adds “I know there’s so much fear and anxiety for the nation wide lockdown that’s been implemented. I’d really like to encourage all my fellow South Africans to support one another in these uncertain and unfamiliar times by keeping each other motivated, being kind and selfless.”

The star continues urging her fellow South Africans to continue supporting local businesses during this time and to help those around them to the best of their ability because, let’s face it, we all need a little love and kindness right about now.

“We can’t help everyone but we can help one another,” she says adding that donations will also play a massive role in easing the chaos. “Furthermore, President Ramaphosa announced that a Solidarity Fund has been created to help save lives and support the economy.”

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