- Thandeka Bernice Naarly touched on some of the financial challenges she faced, as she struggled to put food on her table
- Despite this, she's been borrowing food and using the little that she has to provide for community members in need
- News of her benevolence has gone viral via social media
Thandeka Bernice Naarly is proving that one doesn't need to be wealthy to make a difference in the lives of others.
The young woman recently revealed that she barely had enough money to make ends meet, but has somehow still managed to assist others around her.
A few days ago, Thandeka only had R30 to her name and still needed to buy food to last a couple of days.
However, when a desperate stranger knocked on her door, she didn't hesitate to borrow food from a shopkeeper to assist.
Thandeka revealed that she recently received some of her UIF money. Although it didn't amount to much, she still generously blessed four families with some much-needed food items.
Briefly.co.za noted that news of Thandeka's kindness started teending via the #ImStaying Facebook group.
Marian Kruger said,
"I take my hat of to you. I pray that God will look after you."
Tshidi Nchabeng added,
"May the good God enlarge your territory. May you never lack in your life forever. The Bible says, blessed is the hand that is giving. Stay blessed my dearest sister in Christ. It can only be the Holy Spirit that prompt you to do the good will. Shalom."
Wilma Mans said,
"You are a super hero."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on another example of Ubuntu, as a kind family went the extra mile to help those in need.
They have gathered what little money they had and bought food and essentials for the disadvantaged.
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