- Meet Snelisiwe Hlongwane, a Master's student who has been chosen as the South African ambassador for the movement called 'Let Your Act Be the Impact'
- The movement aims to help and inspire others to learn more about their differences
- The international movement supports people with mental illness and HIV/Aids and gives love to homeless people
A 25-year-old woman, Snelisiwe Hlongwane, has been selected as an SA ambassador for a movement called 'Let Your Act Be the Impact'.
According to the inspiring young woman, the movement, which was founded by Kimberly Phillips from Columbia, aims to "promote and acknowledge the acts of kindness, to live positively and teach people to be the best version of themselves."
Briefly.co.za gathered the movement supports people who live with different struggles - including mental illnesses and HIV/Aids.
The movement also give love to individuals living on the streets and the LGBT community.
Hlongwane said she was excited and humbled to be given the opportunity to work with various organisations to better the lives of South Africans.
On Tuesday, Hlongwane took to social media to share photos of herself doing community work.
"The 'why' behind the 'what' we do. It drives us and inspires us to do more," she captioned the post.
Briefly.co.za gathered her story inspired social media users, who applauded Hlongwane for her selflessness.
Mathakhoe Metty commented: "Wow sne congratulations.️ I am so proud of you and all the best. Keep on shining."
Carlos Kwazi Khumalo added: "Kodwa you such an inspiration Yaaz you are really a leader."
Paular Dlamini wrote: "Proud of you. A celebration is due for the great things God has been doing in our lives."
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