- A woman, Mpho Seepamore, saw a photo of an underprivileged little girl in an old school uniform
- She learned it was the girl's birthday and the photo moved her to act
- Seepamore managed to get money and ended up buying the girl new school outfits
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On Monday, a woman, Mpho Seepamore`, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to share how she helped a little girl on her birthday.
Seepamore revealed she saw on her sister's status a photo of a little girl who was dressed in tattered school clothes.
The photo touched Seepamore's heart and she decided to help. The kind lady revealed she sent the pic to her church group and called on the members to help.
Another woman donated R600 and Seepamore ran to town to buy the "little angel" new school outfits.
Take a look at Seepamore's post below:
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South Africans applauded Seepamore for going the extra mile to help the little girl on her birthday.
Haneley Morkel Manuel commented:
"Well done Mpho, yes she need to know that God cares and that He loves her."
Sbina Rampai wrote:
"Aaahhh. I can imagine the smile on her face. My God, your children."
Connie Fouché said:
"May God bless you abundantly."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on a police officer who blessed school kids. The South African Police service has hailed an Eastern Cape cop a hero after he donated 25 pairs of school shoes to kids. Sergeant Frank Pieters handed over the shoes to a school in Cradock.
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