Ubuntu: Crèche principal uses funding to buy food for parents

Ubuntu: Crèche principal uses funding to buy food for parents

- Mzansi social media users praised a principal for going beyond the call of duty

- The woman used department funding to buy food parcels for parents

- A grateful parent shared a picture of the food on social media

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A woman took to social media to praise the principal of her child's crèche. The head of the school used funding from the Department of Social Development to buy food parcels for the parents of her school.

Wendy Maxesibe Saleni took to the ‎#ImStaying group on Facebook to share the heartwarming story. She detailed that her two-year-old attends the crèche in Paarl Mbekweni.

"The principal decided to make food parcels for them with the funding she received from the department, a big thank you."
Ubuntu: Crèche principal uses funding to buy food for parents
Source: Facebook/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Social media users were impressed by the act of generosity and praised the principal. Facebook user Kelebogile Sothoane said:

"Some people open a crèche because they love people and kids, they do it to help the community and unfortunately there are those who do it just to make money out of it. Best crèche principal ever."

Mathapelo Kenke said:

"That child is bread winner. #Respect. Ncooo that's awesome."

Deidre Solarie said:

"Bless that principal. She didn't decide to keep it all for herself. She's got a big heart"

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Lovejoy Maserumule said:

"May God bless the principal & her household."

In a similar story, Briefly.co.za previously reported that an amazing educator, Sebolelo Bogoshi‎, went above and beyond for her learners and their families. She bought some of their families groceries and reached out to the community for more help. A woman donated R5 000 to Sebolelo and she was able to buy more food for more families.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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