The actress posted a video where she spoke about rebuilding the place and how important it is for everyone to help.
Actress Jacqueline Fernandez extended a helping hand and volunteered to rebuild Kerala for which the actress travelled 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. The focus of the campaign will be 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.”