Man pays tribute to his dad, 74, by donating food to 80 families

Man pays tribute to his dad, 74, by donating food to 80 families

- A son has donated food parcels to 80 families on his dad's 74th birthday

- The man posted his donation online with a photo of himself and his dad along with food parcels

- He captioned the post with a beautiful message

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A man, who goes by the Twitter handle @RealMandx has celebrated his father's 74th birthday with a gift to his community. He posted an image of his dad and the food parcels online.

He donated food for 80 families, which is exactly what people need during these trying times.

The post was captioned with the following:

"My dad who's a stroke survivor and 74 years old, donated 80 food parcels to the underprivileged in various Limpopo Villages (Venda)."

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Social media users were thrilled with this madala's birthday gift to the community:

@masenonki: "Your father is my hero"He does everything through Christ who provides the strength "May God protect him and his family, Bless y'all ❤"
@originalthabo: "May God bless ur family man, u should take after ur dad we need more of ur dads to be around may he see his 80th and beyond long life to him✊"
@Bernardnesengan: "God continues to bless him for them what he did to the community."
@ZanelePeggy2: "This is beautiful. Our brothers and sisters looking out for each other. You father has created a mark "
@MakuyaTBDJ7: "Big up to Mr Mandiwana, Hamakuya is blessed. May God continue to bless him more and more."

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Ishmaelo Chiloane showcased his heart of gold recently as he generously gave back to his community.

The kind young man generously helped 52 families by blessing them with food parcels during the lockdown.

Chiloane's donation could not have come at a better time as more and more families feel the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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