Woman shares throwback post of feeding homeless on Christmas

Woman shares throwback post of feeding homeless on Christmas

- Manjomane Njomane shared a few pictures depicting how she spent her Christmas last year

- Manjomane cooked a tremendous amount of food that she donated to feed around 200 homeless people

- Manjomane was so pleased and impressed by the outcome of her good deed that she's decided to do it again this year

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The festive season is known for being a season of giving as well as celebration. Many across the globe try to do whatever they can to help those around them that are less fortunate. Manjomane Njomane is someone who is trying her best to make a difference.

Last year Manjomane went out of her way to cook a Christmas lunch for homeless people nearby. With the help of family and friends, Manjomane was able to feed 200 less fortunate people on Christmas day.

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She shared images of her wonderful deed to the #ImStaying group on Facebook and added that she would be feeding people again this year.

Woman shares throwback of feeding homeless on Christmas
Manjomane with the help of family and friends fed 200 people on Christmas day last year. Source: Manjomane Njomane
Source: Facebook

Her full post read:

"Last year I had a dream of cooking Christmas lunch on Christmas Day for homeless people with the help of my friends and family, we ended up feeding 200 people. We had so much fun that we decided to do it again this year. Can't wait."

Stayers were inspired and full of love at Manjomane's passion. Take a look at some of the responses to her post below.

Lauren Ashmore said:

"May you and your family and friends be blessed abundantly... Thank you!"

Michelle Scheepers wrote:

"You are going to be blessed in sooo many ways. Our country's people need to start looking into making a difference within their own communities instead of complaining about the situations we found ourselves in... You are a true leader."

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Sekhotlhiwe Lekalakala commented:

"GOD's blessing my sister. Keep up the good work. You are an inspiration."

Anne Benson Charnley added:

"Wow... What a tremendous gesture... An inspiration to all of us."

In similar news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a local mom who thanked a couple that gave her a car and paid for kids' school fees. Theophilia Phadi recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying group to thank a young couple who she explains in the heartwarming post how the pair helped her and her children in a number of ways, offering them a place to live and even gifting her a car.

"Alison & David Redgate: This couple has done amazing things for me & my family. I could write a book if I had to mention everything they did just to mention the few, they gave us a home.
"They showed us unconditional love, even though they moved to England but they still paying for the kids education & they left me one of their cars to use without asking me to pay for it...in short, I would like to thank them from the bottom of my heart & may the good Lord bless them.#imstaying," she wrote.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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