Lady Shares Touching Post About Woman Who Helped Homeless Mom and Kids

Lady Shares Touching Post About Woman Who Helped Homeless Mom and Kids

- A young lady recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about something kind that she witnessed while driving

- In her post, she explains that she saw another woman jump out of her car to walk up to a homeless family to give them some clothes

- Many people headed to the comment section to express joy over the fact that there are still good people in the world

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A young lady, Koketso Makua, recently headed to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartwarming post about witnessing another woman jump out of her car to go and give a woman and her children bags full of clothes. She captioned photos of the whole thing unfolding:

"I believe in the beauty of our country. I just witnessed this lady (God bless her heart) jump out of her car in traffic to give this mom that’s always seated by the particular traffic lights with her young daughter a few bags of what I assumed to be clothes. The daughter excitedly ran to help her mom with the bags. It warmed my heart. I pray blessings upon blessing upon the lady who did this great act of kindness."
Lady Shares Touching Post About Woman Who Helped Homeless Mom and Kids
This kind lady helped a mom and her children with some clothes. Images: Koketso Makua/ImStaying
Source: Facebook

Soon many locals were in the comment section commending the kind lady. Read a few of their comments below:

Heather Tinkie Dumbleton said:

"AMEN!!! GOD bless her!"

Busisiwe Zwane said:

"Very impressive! Glory to God Almighty."

Belinda Anne Katoe said:

"Wow! That's awesome!"

Rowaida Cloete said:

"God bless the lady more."

Siphiwe Ndinisa said:

"Thank you to the lady and thank you for sharing this with us."

In more heartwarming Briefly.co.za news, a 77-year-old teacher who has been living in his car got a boost from his former students who raised over R300k to help him live a better life. Jose Villarruel was working as a substitute teacher but as soon as the pandemic hit, he was among the first workers who were sent home without pay.

One of his former students Steven Nava noticed that he was always moving around his car and sleeping in it. He then decided to rally other students to raise money so that they could help the teacher.

Initially, their goal was to raise less but they were shocked that the amount raised was almost six times their starting goal. When turning 77 years old on Thursday, 11 March, the students decided to surprise him with goodies and the checque while also serenading him for shaping their lives.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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