Gift of Givers Prepares Meals for Students Affected by Cape Town Fires

Gift of Givers Prepares Meals for Students Affected by Cape Town Fires

- Gift of the Givers has stepped in to help thousands of students that have been affected by the Cape Town fires

- In a heartwarming post online, the Give of the Givers Twitter page shared that they have prepared meals for 4k Fuller House students

- Mzansi loved the post and were soon praising the organisation in the comment section of the post

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A raging fire in Cape Town has caused a lot of destruction in the area. Some of the many affected are University of Cape Town students, many of who belong to the Fuller House student residence. The Gift of the Givers organisation has stepped in to help these students.

Gift of Givers Prepares Meals for Students Affected by Cape Town Fires
Gift of the Givers has stepped in to help UCT students. Images: @GiftoftheGivers
Source: Twitter

Heading online, the organisation shared a touching and heartwarming posy about how they have stepped in to provide meals for about 4k students whose student house was affected by the fires that have plagued the area.

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"#GiftOfTheGivers responds to #UniversityofCapeTown Fuller House (students residence) Fire. Our teams have responded by preparing meals for 4000 students for this evening. UCT has requested #GiftoftheGivers to manage the feeding and other essentials for the next week" they captioned snaps of the fires.

Locals had this to say about the post:

@GraphicJoanne said:

"You should honestly just run everything in SA. Government...the works. Just run it all. Then we move forward...Thank you ❤"

@ctp1959 said:

"Imagine if we could have the name 'Gift of the Givers' on a ballot paper..."

@yakyak51 said:

"There we go again .... the most amazing Team, under the leadership of Dr Sooliman, rushing to the rescue, in an emergency! Amazing appetite for showering people with their unbelievable generosity & help, in their time of need! Thank you, GOTG #GiftOfTheGivers #FiredUpForService."

Briefly News, Gift of the Givers founder Dr Imtiaz Sooliman thanked Mzansi for the love and support the disaster relief group has received. Dr Sooliman added that the organisation believes there is no need for special thanks from the government.

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Gift of the Givers received tons of support from South Africans after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that the country would be nominating the Cuban Medical Brigade for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize award.

Many SAns believe that the Gift of the Givers deserved the nomination for their work in aiding the country during the global pandemic.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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