- Women SAPS officers in the Eastern Cape met a woman whose child didn't have food and clothing
- They fundraised and managed to get her a few items
- South Africans on social media applauded them for their gesture
The South African Police Service's (SAPS) Women's Network in Cambridge, Eastern Cape, donated clothes and food to a mom in need yesterday.
SAPS shared the heartwarming gesture on Twitter. It posted a photo of a cop posing with the mom and a few items along with the caption:
#sapsEC Cambridge #SAPS #WomensNetwork donated clothes to a lady after they realised that her child was in need of the food and clothing. They contributed cash so as to be able to buy clothes and food. #ServingOurCommunities.
The gesture inspired many South Africans on social media, Briefly.co.za learned. They applauded the officers for making a difference in the mom's life.
SAPS officers often go beyond their normal line of service to help out random South Africans across the country.
Recently, Briefly.co.za reported about two officers who helped a woman and her kids change their flat tyre in the rain.
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