- The FeedMore Foundation was in the process of distributing food parcels in Makapanstad, North-West
- The group of volunteers came across the dilapidated shack belonging to an elderly man and decided to assist him
- The team organised resources and built the madala a new home
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Non-profit organisation Feedmore Foundation are running a feeding scheme and volunteers were distributing food parcels in Makapanstad, North-West.
However, during the process, some of them learnt of the living conditions of an elderly man.
The madala's shack was basically falling apart and many of the metal plates contained rust.
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The kind group intervened and assisted the madala by giving him a home makeover.
Using their resources and the power of social media, they sourced the necessary resources and built the new home.
The good news was shared via the #ImStaying Facebook group and the team has been lauded for their efforts.
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Thabiso Moele said,
"Thank you guys,may God bless you."
Amina Cassim added,
"God Bless you all who made this possible..Thank you."
Kim Dexter said,
"Great work, awesome."
Marcha Geyer added,
"What a blessing. I salute the young team for their insight and vision and for the courage to make it a real home. Wau! May God bless you."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the Koboekae family was devastated in 2017 when their home was ravaged by a powerful storm.
The Collen Mashawana Foundation and Afribiz Invest stepped in and generously rebuilt their home free of charge and the news was shared via social media.
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