SA Man with Heart of Gold Starts Charity Drive to Help Less Fortunate

SA Man with Heart of Gold Starts Charity Drive to Help Less Fortunate

- A young South African man recently headed to Facebook to share the news that he just started a charity drive for the less fortunate

- The man hoped that his good deeds will inspire others to do the same in the near future

- Many headed to the comment section to commend him for his goodwill also offering help

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South Africa is with people who have only good intentions. John Semenya is one of them. He recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a touching post about an initiative he has taken to help other people.

According to his post, he has started a drive that will see him give away sanitary pads, toiletries, and even clothes to the less fortunate in his community. In the post, he also adds that he is very happy doing what he can to help them.

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"I'm happy with what I'm doing, I'm driving my own initiative called #ImDoingItForTheCommunity donating sanitary pads, toiletries, and clothes to my fellow community members that need them the most. #ImStaying," he wrote.
SA Man with Heart of Gold Starts Charity Drive to Help Less Fortunate
This man is doing his bit for the community. Image: John Semenya/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Stayers had this to say about his kind actions:

Nokuthula Liqhayiya Mamtshawe Hempe wrote:

"God bless you and kwande apho thatha khona. Keep up the good work!"

Dianne Coetzee joked:

"Fine as long as you don't use it yourself. And wear a mask"

Samantha Matthysen said:

"Amazing keep up doing good u will be blessed."

Sally Jane Taylor said:

"That is really fantastic. Well done, we are all proud of you"

Yvonne Nolle said:

"May you be blessed for your kindness"

In similar touching news, frontline workers are constantly being praised and appreciated for putting their lives on the line to save others. Nomfundo Barbz Ngcobo may be a student nurse but she's also on the frontline at a time when the country needs medical staff the most.

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She shared her inspiring story to the #ImStaying group on Facebook recently. Nomfundo said she is working normal nursing shifts while studying. She added that she is also constantly fearing for her life.

The young lady doesn't go home to her family as she fears infecting her elderly parents with the virus. Nomfundo's positive attitude in her not so comforting situation touched the hearts of many Stayers.

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