- A Lavender Hill, Cape Flats teenager has been chosen to represent SA in Spain
- The talented soccer player needs assistance to get to the destination
- His supportive family has appealed to Mzansi for help with donations towards the travelling costs
A talented teenager has been chosen to represent South Africa in a soccer tournament in Spain. The 17-year-old comes from a community riddled with drugs and gangsterism. His achievement has made his loved ones proud. They have taken to social media to request assistance in funding the incredible opportunity.
Tristan Hollander lives in Lavender Hill in the Cape Flats of Cape Town, a place where many are trapped in the cycle of poverty. Charlotte Marina Maree Jubelin took to Facebook to share his story.
"We sponsored Tristan in Feb 2019 to participate in our Boys2Men programme, given this opportunity he worked extremely hard and his dream became a reality."
The teen has been chosen for the Alicante Cup 2020 Espana. The cost to attend the tournament comes to a total of R37 500.
His loved ones are appealing to South Africans to help make his dream come true.
Charlotte Marina Maree Jubelin can be contacted through her Facebook page for further details to assist him.
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