Heroic boy raised money to feed 11 pensioners on Christmas Day

Heroic boy raised money to feed 11 pensioners on Christmas Day

- Young Joshua is at it again, doing good and helping others

- He has raised money all year and put together an amazing meal for 11 pensioners

- He helped cook and plate the food to make 11 people's Christmas Day so much more special

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Manda Roos took to Facebook and shared a touching story in the #ImStaying group about a boy called Joshua who has worked hard the whole year raising money.

He managed to make enough to give 11 pensioners a fantastic Christmas lunch. He not only raised the money but helped to cook and plate the 11 dishes.

The ambitious young man has already started thinking of plans for 2021 but is taking a break to spend time with his family and he wishes everyone a safe and happy Christmas.

Heroic boy raised money to feed 11 pensioners on Christmas Day

Joshua made 11 pensioners Christmas extra special this year. Photo credit: Mando Roos
Source: Facebook

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Here is Manda's full post:

"I am allowed to post pictures of Joshua"

"Joshua end this difficult year of 2020 on an absolute high. "

"After weeks and weeks of hard work baking and selling vetkoeke and smoking meat on order, he managed to make enough money to spoil 11 pensioners, who would be without friends and family and almost nothing to eat, with a decent Christmas lunch. He helped granny to cook, plate and deliver every meal."
"Tears of joy and thankfulness was all around."
"He already started discussing new projects for 2021 but in the meantime, he would like to wish each and everybody a safe and Happy Christmas. Take care of yourself and everybody around you. Please remember, a smile don't cost anything but make a huge difference in somebody's life."

Here are some reactions to Joshuas amazing gift:

Jessie van der Westhuizen:

"God bless you Joshua!! You are such an amazing young man!!"
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Antoinette Roos:

"Gods richest blessings for the wonderful work you have done."

Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Manda Roos took to the Facebook group #ImStaying to post a story about a young boy called Joshua who is working tremendously hard for a good cause.

He is making and selling hamburgers, while most kids might be trying to raise money for the latest Xbox or Playstation, Joshua is raising money for a soup kitchen to help the less fortunate.

Those burgers do look delicious, Manda captioned the post with a touching message about what Joshua is doing.

"Another busy day for Joshua. Smoking patties and other ingredients to make hamburgers. Then selling the hamburgers to get income for his soup kitchen to enable him to help his little friends that needs it."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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