DUBAI: This week, model Imaan Hammam expressed her solidarity with the people of India fighting the second wave of COVID-19 in the country. The Moroccan-Egyptian-Dutch catwalk star took to her Instagram to urge her one million followers to donate to families battling COVID-19 and help spread the word about the crisis.
“Daily new COVID-19 infections in India have now surpassed 400,000,” wrote the 23-year-old on her Instagram Stories. “They need our support.
A good way to help is through @give_india,” she added, alongside a donation link to support COVID-19 relief efforts in India.
In another post, Hammam said: “If you can’t donate, you can still support in a big way by spreading the word about the crisis.”
Imaan Hammam took to social media to call for support for India. Instagram
The model, who was born to an Egyptian father and a Moroccan mother in the Netherlands, often uses her social media platform to raise awareness on pressing social issues.