Gospel musician Princess Chitsulo says she established her foundation with the aim of keeping vulnerable girls in school and helping the elderly.
The artist said Princess Chitsulo Foundation (PCF) aims at giving back to the society since God has done a lot in her life since birth.
“After passing through so many tribulations and trials in my life, I have learnt that we need others in life to push us to our destiny. So, as an artist who preaches Christ, it is my social responsibility to see that the well-being of our dear brothers and sisters are taken care of,” Chitsulo reflected.
On beneficiary identification, she said she has a team that assesses the condition of individuals in need of help.
“I move a lot as part of my career and when people come to me for help, I have a team that goes to assess if that particular individual indeed needs help and once we are satisfied, we make arrangements to register the beneficiary into the foundation,” Chitsulo pointed out.
She said currently, the foundation is helping 18 girls in various institutions, including the University of Malawi under a project called Keeping Girls in School and also providing basic necessities to four elderly people.
“PCF currently does not have a donor but is operated using funds that we get after people buy my music and 50 percent of my music sales go to this noble course,” the artist added.
The Udzaimba Nyimbo star appealed to well-wishers for both moral and financial support towards the cause. n