Wife gushes about hubby who feeds less fortunate 3 times a day

Wife gushes about hubby who feeds less fortunate 3 times a day

- A wife, Marion Pretorius Peake, has taken to social media to dote on her husband

- She revealed that for a month, her husband and his team had been serving three meals a day to the homeless

- Peake also said 4 800 food parcels have been packed to help the less fortunate

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On Monday, a proud wifey, Marion Pretorius Peake, took to the #ImStaying group to gush about her husband.

She revealed her hubby and his team had been feeding the homeless three times a day for the past month.

Peake also added that she and some other ladies have packed 4 800 food parcels during this time and they are now planning to help more people.

She wrote:

"It's been over a month of lockdown and my husband still goes out three times a day to feed breakfast, lunch and supper to our homeless with his team and we ladies have packed 4 800 food parcels so far. Glory to God for provision and families that are getting food, our next focus is those without ID's that can't apply for social relief, they too have children to feed."

She added that while they were helping people, they had made sure to stay safe and follow social distancing guidelines.

Peake, who is battling a disease herself, said they used masks and hand sanitisers to limit the risk of exposure.

Take a look at her post below:

Wife gushes about hubby who feeds less fortunate 3 times a day
Screenshot of Marion Pretorius Peake's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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The post gathered over 21 000 reactions in less than a day and the story inspired South Africans.

Jeanette Bulterman commented:

"God bless you and keep you safe."

Kathy Lyle said:

"Just incredible support. You are awesome."

Thandekile Lovable Mtyapa wrote:

"God's blessings to you and your family."

Nthabiseng Nthabi added:

"God bless the hand that gives. God bless you all."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported South Africans hailed a group of SAPS officers heroes after the cops were photographed spending time in an informal settlement, handing out food and helping kids wear face masks.

One social media user commented: "This is what we want to see in SA, wow this is great indeed."

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Source: Briefly News

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