Student raises R10 000 for dorm cleaner who lost home in a fire

Student raises R10 000 for dorm cleaner who lost home in a fire

- A student has started a crowdfunding campaign for a cleaner who works at her university

- The cleaner, who is a mother of three, lost everything in a fire

- The student set the target at R10 000 and she has already raised more than that

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Daniela Boscia, a 21-year-old Stellenbosch varsity student, has started a crowdfunding campaign for her dorm's cleaner.

Boscia revealed that the cleaner, who has been identified as Charnay Green, tragically lost everything in a house fire.

"Charnay is the cleaner to many students in Stellenbosch. She is loyal, friendly and beyond hard-working. Over this year, she has become a mother away from home to all of us, she is always so willing to help and she shows so much concern when any of us are out of sorts," Boscia wrote on BackaBuddy.

Boscia explained a fire started at Green's home and it destroyed everything she and her husband owned.

To top it off, the couple has three kids - aged between four months and nine years old - who were now also left homeless with their parents.

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Student raises R10 000 for dorm cleaner who lost home in a fire

Student raises R10 000 for dorm cleaner who lost home in a fire. Photo credit: Daniela Boscia/Backabuddy.
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Since it was launched, the campaign has managed to raise R10 131 and counting. 0 000 for Green, and Mzansi showed up.

Since it was launched, the campaign has managed to raise R10 131 and counting.

Briefly.co.za gathered the funds would be used "to purchase, clothing, food and essential living supplies".

Boscia added the money will help the Green family start over and it would be paid directly into her employer's account before it is allocated to her.

If you want to contribute towards the new beginning for Green and her family, visit the BackaBuddy page by clicking on the link.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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