- Zahira Mathir is proud of her generous daughter who used her own money to help a classmate
- She revealed that her daughter bought stationery for a girl in her class who had nothing
- Facebook users loved the kind gesture and showered the mother and daughter in praise
Zahira Mathir took to Facebook to share her daughter's inspirational story, she revealed that her daughter had asked her mom to use some of the money for her Eid dress to help a classmate.
Mathir shared the story in the #ImStaying group of how a girl in her daughter's class had no stationery and had to borrow the teachers. Her daughter felt sorry for this girl and wanted to buy her pencils, Pritt, twisties and colour pencils.
Her daughter gave the girl the stationery and she was so happy to receive the gift that she started crying.
"Hi, guys so my #IamStaying moment came on Monday. My little girl age 9, is in grade 3. She told me. That there.is a little girl in her class her name is Botkele. The little girl had no stationery and from the start was using her madams one. So my little one said to. Me she has some money for her Eid dress( our Christmas in May) I must buy her pencils, Pritt, twisties and colour pencils. I was so proud of her. Yesterday she gave the little one and she said the girl was so happy she was crying. How sweet was that ❤"
Facebook users praised the mother and little girl:
"God's richest blessings on your daughter's kindness and love Almighty God bless her future endeavours. Amen."
"Children learn by example. Her parents must be kindhearted people and that is where it stems from. You have a gem. Look after her.❤️"
"Good afternoon so thoughtful you can be very proud of your daughter ❤ give a hug this message made me cry if we all can have a giving ❤ heart ❤ like her lots of love ❤ proud parents well done."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Eva R Lebese is proof that real heroes don't wear capes. She felt terribly sorry for the young children who walked past her house in worn-out shoes.
She felt that she needed to do something for kids in need. Every little bit counts, and she was fortunate enough to buy 16 pairs of shoes.
Now she will be donating the shoes to 16 pairs of feet that desperately need them.
She shared the great news on Facebook in the #ImStaying group:
"#imstaying because this has always been something I wanted to do seeing these learners passing by my home everyday wearing old sneakers, with the help of everyone around me We have managed to buy 16 pairs of school shoes to donate because of my lovely circle #amstaying"
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