Kind gogo, 61, buys food parcels for less fortunate families

Kind gogo, 61, buys food parcels for less fortunate families

- A proud daughter took to Facebook to gush about her kind mother

- She revealed the 61-year-old woman has used her own money to buy over 50 food parcels

- The gogo has since blessed less fortunate families in her community during lockdown

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On Wednesday, a woman, Matthews Gugu, gushed about her amazing mom on the #ImStaying Facebook group.

She revealed that her mother, who is 61 years old, has been purchasing food parcels to give out to the needy.

Gugu said her mom already bought over 50 food parcels and although she thinks it's not enough, it will help those in need during these difficult times.

Her post read:

"Mzansi this is my mom, she's 61 years old. She has donated food parcels of 50+ to the community. It's not much but it will make a difference."

Take a look at her post below:

Kind gogo, 61, buys food parcels for less fortunate families

Screenshot of Matthews Gugu's Facebook post.
Source: Facebook

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The post generated over 19 000 reactions and South Africans were inspired by the gogo's kindness.

King M Nkateko Blaze commented:

"We really appreciate people like you dearest mom."

Dike Moret added:

"May God bless the giving hand."

Menge Angy Mokhethi wrote:

"God bless her abundantly."

Denise Magakwa said:

"Thank you very much my sister, may God bless you and your family."

South Africans have really shown up to support each other during the coronavirus pandemic and we decided to share some of their inspiring stories.

On Thursday, took a look at some of the stories of Ubuntu that restored Saffas' faith in humanity.

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