Lady asks for pads on her birthday, hands them out to less fortunate

Lady asks for pads on her birthday, hands them out to less fortunate

- A woman recently shared how she had asked for sanitary pads on her birthday from her loved ones

- After getting many pads as gifts, she spent the day handing them out to less fortunate young woman in the neighbourhood

- The post was warmly received by Facebookers, many of them commending her in the comments section

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A young lady recently used her birthday to help make society a better place. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying group, Phumzile Nxumalo shared how she had asked her loved ones to gift her with sanitary pads as opposed to the usual birthday gifts.

"On the 30th of November I celebrated my birthday. So I asked for sanitary pads as gifts. And I managed to get 150 packets of sanitary pads on the day. Yesterday I was handing them out in style in my community, we had snacks and raffle prizes, 40 girls showed up.

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"Thanks to everyone that donated and made this to be possible for me and the girls. Anyway it was the best day of my life so for that, that's why #ImStaying," she wrote in the touching post.
Woman gifted the needy with pads
Mzansi lauds this woman who spent her birthday donating sanitary pads to girls in her community. Photo: Phumzile Nxumalo/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Soon Stayers were commending her. Read their comments below.

Lizaan Verster said:

"My friend you're such a blessing and inspiration, I love you."

Muatha Lewis said:

"Keep up the good work, we need more people like you."

Nomndeni Zulu said:

"Oh wow girl, may God bless you abundantly."

Julie Womack said:

"Well done, what an excellent idea and I’m sure your birthday was celebrated by all who blesses you abundantly. You reap what you sow, so expect more blessings."

In more touching news, many South Africans believe generational curses to be an actual thing and have dedicated themselves to breaking them. One such person is a local woman who took to Twitter to share how she had broken a generational curse and built herself a beautiful home.

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Shiela Yabo whose Twitter handle is @Ms_Yabo took to the app to share a picture of the home she presumably used to live in and also one of a new and improved house which she built for herself and her family.

"Me I break those generational curses torhwana, andidlali. This one still feels like a dream," she happily captioned the Twitter post.

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Source: Briefly News

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