Actress Jacqueline Fernandez extends her helping hand and volunteers to rebuild Kerala for which the actress will be traveling tomorrow to flood-affected areas to build homes with NGO Habitat for Humanity India.
In a bid to rebuild Kerala after the massive floods which devastated the state last year in August, Habitat for Humanity India is launching the second edition of Jacqueline Builds, a unique campaign featuring the actress. It will take place tomorrow, with focus on rebuilding homes that were fully or partially damaged by the floods.
The actress posted a video where she spoke about rebuilding the place and how important it is for everyone to help, she posted the video and wrote, "My last build with @habitat_india for Chennai would not have been possible without all your love and support!! I want to thank all those who have contributed donations towards helping those displaced in the Kerala floods last year! Looking forward to volunteering in the build tomo! Hoping to see some helping hands there too! Donations still being collected, link in my bio ❤️❤️ @habitat_india@habitatforhumanity"
After celebrities like Shraddha Kapoor, Akshay Kumar, John Abraham, Arjoon Kapoor now Hrithik Roshan has also extended his support and join Jaqueline for the Rebuild Kerala Campaign. Hrithik has been saddened by the calamity happened and that's how he came forward and join Jaqueline's initiative.
The Habitat for Humanity India, an NGO, plans to build or repair 6,000 homes of those affected by the deluge in Kerala. Under this campaign, Jacqueline Fernandez had visited the flood-affected areas in Kerala. Earlier, in the first phase of the relief work, Jacqueline appealed to her fans and her industry colleagues to provide first Responders' Kit, a humanitarian aid kit and bottled drinking water to 93,889 families.
Meanwhile, she is involved in helping the relief work team mobilize funds of over Rs 50 lakh by encouraging individual donors. From her end, she is trying to be completely involved in the entire process.
Even other celebrities like Hrtikh Roshan have joined hands, following the actress to support and rebuild the affected state.
Jacqueline Fernandez also represented the voice of animal welfare at the UN on the world animal day as she took 8 million petition signatures voicing her opinion against animal testing. Recently, the actress also addressed the One Young World Event in Hague as she expressed her thoughts about sexual harassment.