- Dylan studies at Alberton High School
- He collects bottle tops and bread tags, which he exchanges for wheelchairs
- He donated two wheelchairs to Broken Wings Association for Adults with Disabilities
A Grade 11 learner has demonstrated the amazing South African spirit by donating two wheelchairs to the Broken Wings Association for Adults with Disabilities.
Dylan Jacobs, who studies at Alberton High School, made the donation on 19 April, Briefly.co.za gathered.
As a result of his kindness, two people with disabilities at a Broken Wings daycare centre benefited.
According to albertonrecord.co.za, Dylan collects bottle tops and bread tags, which he then gives to recycling companies in exchange for wheelchairs.
He has been collecting the items since he was in Grade Eight.
Broken Wings' Sheryl Swanepoel thanked Dylan for his kindness:
Broken Wings would like to say a very big thank you to Dylan, as well as the school and community that support his collections.
Dylan said he hopes to donate a total of 10 wheelchairs before he completes his high school studies.
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