- Isaac Matshego Mathebula wanted to give something back on his birthday
- He turned 28 and decided to gift 28 strangers packs of sanitary pads
- He hoped his gesture would inspire others and help those who are less fortunate
Isaac Matshego Mathebula wanted to do something special for his birthday 2 weeks ago but decided not to do what everyone else does. Being a man he decided to help women and for his 28th birthday, he bought 28 packs of sanitary pads and handed them out.
He wanted to make a difference in the lives of 28 less fortunate people. He took to Facebook and shared his story in the #ImStaying group.
"Not looking for a pat on the back, just want to spread some inspiration and maybe an idea for your next birthday "
"Two week's ago I turned 28.as a gift to my self I purchased 28sanitary pads to hand out to the less fortunate."
Here are some reactions from Facebook users to his inspiring story:
"Awesome young man. You are going to be a fantastic husband and a wonderful father for a girl."
"All respect going out to you Matshego. May you be blessed for your thoughtfulness."
Tiego Mandlakayise Kgomo:
"Sharing is caring my Brother"
"Happy birthday, I wish JEHOVAH'S double portion of favour, blessings, wealth, health, wisdom, joy and peace upon your life. May you see many more fruitful and wonderful years. The LORD bless your heart, and may He continue to protect and preserve you always. "
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that kindness seems to be flowing around lately and Zama Ngcobo can attest to that. The young lady's mother is a street vendor who sells at Willard Beach, KZN. According to Zama, a kind stranger arrived at her mom's selling spot with a surprise.
The unknown Samaritan gave Zama's mom and other street vendors food parcels. The parcel included maize meal, oil, rice, canned goods, soya mince, milk and others.
Zama and her hard-working mother could not be more grateful for the lovely and kind-hearted stranger who unexpectedly helped them.
In other news, at the tender age of 19, Bebruchka-ann Olwagen decided to open a safe care home for babies. The young lady worked hard after realising she needed to do more for her community. She turned to foster care and two years later, things are going well.
Bebruchka-ann is now 21 years old and she decided to share her story with the Stayers on Facebook's #ImStaying group. She wrote a heartfelt post about her work and the passion she has for helping others where she can.
The young lady stated that she felt honoured to serve the children in the best way possible and that she can say with full certainty that this is the path she's meant to walk on.
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