Kind cops donate food and clothes to Eastern Cape mom in need

Kind cops donate food and clothes to Eastern Cape mom in need

- 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

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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.

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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.

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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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Source: Briefly.co.za

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