Give A Wish Competition 2022
We were inundated with nominations for the Give a Wish 2022 competition! Thank you to each and every one of you who sent in nominations. We cried reading your stories and we wish we could help everyone, but we must pick a winner… We can’t do it alone though. We have narrowed the nominations down to four, and now we need your help to choose a deserving winner. Please vote now for the person you think is most deserving, you can vote and share it with as many friends as you can. Let the community choose our winner this year. Don’t forget to share their story! Voting closes 30 June. The winner will be surprised during the month of July. We cannot wait to make someone’s wish come true! ❤️
He’s left with 5 orphan’s kids, he’s older, not working. He stays in a small house, he makes fire to prepare meals and warms water for kids to bathe. No stove, no fridge to store their food. He’s living chronic, taking medication. They are using a branch chair to sit on.
Nominated by: Clarah Matseke
I think he really need this furniture because he is not working and living in a small shack. He is 60 years old and he has a disease and its been more than 10 years. Last year his shack burned and he lost almost everything even his ID and other documents. Sometimes he can spend three nights without eating. He doesn’t have a bed to sleep on he don’t have blankets to wear. He depends on others to provide jackets so that he can wear it when is sleeping. It will help him very much if he can get this furniture.
Nominated by: Inah Maroga
Mafulungelo family is the family of nine their parent died and left with older gal age 23yrs she is taking care of 8 children, she had to drop out of school with the hope of getting a job to support her sibling of 7 they are in school, with intervention of child and youth care worker under Boikemesetso. So two of the boys they don’t have birth certificate and they can’t apply for grant and they are sleeping on the floor with no enough blanket. They can’t buy all they need enough food for hole money, electricity, society buying furnisher, school uniform, clothes and toiletries. Their home is not in good condition it has broken door and windows the floor is damaged the roofing is leaking sometime they sleep without food and sometimes they use plastic and boxes to make fire to cook.
Nominated by: Simphiwe Nkabinde
After reading their story it touched me and their house has been damaged and the worst part is Thembi is living with others in 1 room and her brother is disabled 😥.. So I want him to win this competition and they deserve it even in winter they won’t survivers.. Please help them to build their comfortable home. Thembi has been diagnosed with stroke in 2013 and since then she has been disabled, and her brother is not mentally well as well and living in 1 room with that condition is not good at all. Please help them.