- A young woman inspired South Africans when news of her good deed spread via social media
- Patricia Naha celebrated her 30th birthday on Thursday and aimed to buy groceries for 30 families in need
- In the end, she exceeded her own expectations and was able to bless 36 families
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A young lady inspired South Africans through her generosity in conjunction with her birthday.
Patricia Naha celebrated her 30th birthday on Thursday and chose to give back to her community, instead of indulging herself.
She set the ideal target for herself to provide groceries for 30 families, but exceeded her own expectations by feeding 36 in the end.
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She shared news of her kind gesture via Facebook:
"Good Morning Family
"On Thursday I was turning 30 years old. I decided to give to families that are less than me. I choose 30 families to give to but with huge amazement I ended up giving 36 families on Saturday.
"What a great honor to be able to help all the family."
Below is a screenshot of Patricia's post.
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The post was shared via the #ImStaying Facebook group and Briefly.co.za noted the positive reactions.
Lorna Bradfield said,
"Such a wonderful gesture. To give in stead of receiving. Well done."
Stephanie Martin added,
"You are a Superstar, this us what we need in South Africa! Well done."
Lynn Rowlett Stephenson said,
"An earth angel you are. Thank you."
Previously, Briefly.co.za reported that a beautiful young lady chose to make others smile on her birthday and people think this should become a trend.
She took to the streets and gave a group of hungry strangers some of her birthday cake and the feel-good videos will brighten anyone's day.
News of her good deed started trending following her inspirational social media post and she was showered with birthday messages.
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