Chuck Fenda kicks off charity Featured

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The Poor People Defender is making good on his promises. Reggae artiste Chuck Fenda has kicked off his non-profit charity organisation called The Poor People Defender Foundation.
The reggae artiste says he has long spoken on behalf of people living below the poverty line through his music. However, in 2013 he wants to put action behind his lyrics. The Poor People Defender Foundation will cater to the homeless in and around the Corporate Area, with the hope of a gradual expansion to other parts of the island. Other music industry players that have contributed to charity include Capleton, Tony Matterhorn, Tappa Zukie, Spragga Benz, Shaggy and Follow Di Arrow promoter Dexton Ennis.
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