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DONATIONS FOR TB KIDS! – GOAL R 15 000

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DONATIONS FOR TB KIDS! – GOAL R 15 000

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Every year a group of us get together and go out and look for donations, whether it be clothes, snacks, money or food we go out and look.

There is a TB Hospital in Brooklyn who have kids staying there with no parents! Us who are parents throw every year a Xmas party for them and give them gifts and a party pack as well as something to eat and drink.

We Play with them and have fun, most of us don’t even want to leave them behind because its heart sore.

Please Help us make this year Xtra Special for them.

Thanking you in advance.

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AN INSPIRING INVESTOR – GOAL R 10 000

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AN INSPIRING INVESTOR – GOAL R 10 000

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S’nethemba Cele born and raised in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. Since I was a child I’ve always aspired to become a successful investor. There was a time after my dad passed on I had a conversation with my father’s brother sitting underneath the tree (I was 9 years old at that time), he asked what I want to become in life? Without hesitation I responded “to be a businessman”.

My father had a tuckshop at my grandparent’s home at Pongola where I visited during holidays and used to serve customers some other times whilst they were away. Raised by my mother, a single parent, whom we moved with from one place to another.

After matriculating I had to search for a job which I did, that’s where I experienced the life of being a young employee, got into debts (credit cards, monthly instalments), debit orders, go out with friends and party as I didn’t have a father figure or a mentor to guide me.

In 2015 I got involved in a car accident. Doctor advised me to resign where I was working because of my injury. I was lost but after the car accident I found myself, paid up my debts, bought books (personal development, financial and investing books etc) from my pension fund, implemented what I read and developed skills to invest in stocks and foreign exchange market which is simple but not easy as they say.

I want to be in a stage where I invest in people’s ideas (that’s my 5 year plan), encourage and work with people who want the betterment from their lives.

I believe people learn from their mistakes. I’m self-taught investor and continuously learning, passionate about the business world as I’m attending seminars/exhibitions with stakeholders in different industries just to learn, network, get knowledge and in future acquire assets.

The future is bright. Your contribution and support is appreciated.

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E AND Y 2020 COMMUNITY PROJECT – GOAL R 450 000

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E AND Y 2020 COMMUNITY PROJECT – GOAL R 450 000

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After resigning from my previous job and came back to live with my great-grandmother. I realised how much she needed to be taken care of but never really said anything. There are days when she’s unable to wake up because she’s suddenly ill. Clinic appointments where she had to go alone because i was working and couldn’t take time off. Cooking, grocery shopping and getting laundry done. As much as she tried to do all these chores by herself sometimes she’s unable to and I am glad I am here to help her now.

It came to my attention that other old people living alone or with their grandchildren go through the same thing and need help but don’t know how to go about doing so. Hence the project came to mind.

Due to the increased rate of unemployment in our country. I believe this project will help communities alleviate poverty and provide care needed by the elderly in our community. I believe our youth will be less depressed,the suicide rate will decrease and they will be proactive,while awaiting employment in their respective fields.

How will the project help the elderly,youth and community at large?- Households with old people living alone/with grandchildren will take priority.

Young individuals both males and females will be compensated on a monthly basis with a stipend for the following services rendered :- Engage the elderly in an everyday workout program to help stay healthy and a hobby they enjoy doing.

– Clean the house. Sweep and mow the lawn.

– Do their laundry.

– Accompany them to clinic appointments,collect their medication and collect their government pension money.

– Purchase their groceries and cook for them.

– Fix any broken items,paint or plumbing.

Execution process :- There will be employment contracts in place for these individuals,should they fail to fulfil their duties there will be consequences and replacements. This project will keep them occupied and off the streets until they get jobs in their respective fields.

Future growth :- Hoping the project becomes a success moving forward and assistance from the government. I would like to extend this project in all 9 provinces nationwide.

Acquire portions of lands to plant vegetables and fruits. They will be distributed throughout the community and help feed families.

Conclusion :I have identified 10 households who would benefit greatly from this project in my community so far.

Please help me start this project and run it for a period of 36 months and present the government with proof that it worked and hopefully receive funds and grow the project nationwide.

Your donations will be highly appreciated. God bless and thank you in advance.

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Funds layout :10 individuals and a Supervisor.

– A laptop and Printer $600 (once-off)

– Office Cellphone $150 (once-off)

– Office space will be at my home and/or local library. (free)

– Uniform $25 x 11 = $275 (once-off)

– $200 per individual and $250 for the Supervisor.

-10 individuals x $200 = $2000 per month

$2000 x 12months = $24 000.

-Supervisor $ 250 × 12 months = $3000.

First year : = $28 025*0.1 contingency ($2802.5) = $30 827.5

Duration of 2nd & 3rd year :

*Stipends $27 000 + Uniform $275 = R 27 275 * 0.1 contingency = 30 002.5 x 2 =

$60 005.Calculations : $90 832.5 (Duration of 36 months

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FUND FOR INTERNAL NERVE STIMULATOR FOR NEUROPATHIC FACIAL PAIN – GOAL R250 000

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FUND FOR INTERNAL NERVE STIMULATOR FOR NEUROPATHIC FACIAL PAIN – GOAL R250 000

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In October of 2013, I started to experience pain in my right bottom lip. It was a strange pulling pain at first. Talking was my main trigger for it to flare up to an unbearable pain level. I did seek help from my GP, but he had no idea what it was. My lip and the skin just below it looked red to me, so I went to a Dermatologist who examined me, and said nothing was wrong and that I need to go and see a Neurologist.

After 8 months with this pain, I finally had an appointment with a neurologist who diagnosed me with neuralgia. The Dr prescribed Lyrica, which did nothing for the pain. I then went to a pain specialist Dr who prescribed a lot of medicine with Oxycontin as well. It helped to decrease the pain to a lower level, but it was never under control. I was with this Dr for about a year and a half.

My pain in the meantime was no longer on the lip, but about 1cm underneath it. I went to see a neurosurgeon who said he would suggest an MVD, but then he referred me first to an oral and facial surgeon. This Dr felt that it was my mental nerve that was the problem and not neuralgia. He suggested a mental nerve neurectomy. As naive as I was, and uneducated, and definitely desperate for relief of this pain, I agreed to it.

November 2015, I did the neurectomy. After surgery, the pain was exactly the same. The Dr could not believe it. He said I must go to Ripleys believe it or not. I went back to the neurosurgeon who referred me to the oral surgeon, he then referred me to another neurosurgeon who suggested an MVD. In January 2016 I went for the MVD. After the surgery, the pain was still there. The Dr said it could take a few weeks for the pain to go away. I have added the surgeon’s report on the MVD.

About 3 to 4 weeks after the MVD the pain changed. My lip and the center part of my chin had a stiff or tight sensation. The pain that I had was gone, but replaced with this sensation. It was still very painful to talk and now even eat. After 6 weeks I went back to the neurosurgeon who said it must be because the mental nerve is cut and could not be of the MVD.

So I went back to the oral surgeon who did the neurectomy, and he said he cannot repair it. I found another Dr who was willing and able to repair my mental nerve. In April 2016, my mental nerve was repaired. I regained about 50% feeling back. But the stiffness and tightness were still there, with pain when talking or eating. I waited until June 2017, and could not handle the pain anymore. I asked the surgeon to remove the mental nerve again. He removed it, but the pain was still the same. End July we also removed the inferior alveolar as in some case it can be the cause of your pain. Still the same.

I also got phenol shots on my chin in October and November, but the pain remained the same. The Phenol shots were very painful, even without the nerve. Currently, I still have the stiffness in my chin and lip. It flares up a few times a day. I get a buzz or a pins and needles sensation in my lip from time to time. My chin is also very sensitive to touch. I was told about this nerve stimulator that can help me with the pain. Unfortunately, it is very costly, and I am not in a financial position to pay for it.

At this stage, I am desperate and come to you asking to please help me. This is my only hope I have left.

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FUND FOR SCHOOL FEES – GOAL R 120 000

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FUND FOR SCHOOL FEES – GOAL R 120 000

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I’m Peace Andrew a 3rd year Nursing student currently studying at Nelson Mandela University, South Africa.

I was brought to South Africa under the sponsorship of the Presidential Amnesty Programme of Niger Delta, to study here in South Africa. In my third year of study the Office of the Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme terminated my scholarship with no reasons.

However, since then I have been writing to the office to reinstall me back to the programme all to know avail. I manage to pay my school Fees/Accommodation for 2019 with series of hunger.

Whilst, next year is my final year and I don’t have the money to pay for both my fees and accommodation. I’m hereby seeking for help from the global community, in other to finish my degree.

I will remain indebted to those who will contribute to my success.

Thanking you in advance for your support and generosity.

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HELP GABZ STAY IN SCHOOL – GOAL R7 200

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HELP GABZ STAY IN SCHOOL – GOAL R7 200

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Gabby has always been a strong-willed child.

As amazing as we find her, jut the way she is, this has made it difficult to make friends and get through school. Her attitude and independent nature were often mistaken for defiance or disobedience. As she felt her teachers and peers giving up on her, she withdrew and her performance did too.

After changing around many times, going through numerous forms of therapy and being told she would be held back a year again, we have found the school that suits her, and where she is seen for the incredible child is. She has shot up to being a top achiever amongst her peers and is doing better than we could have imagined. Unfortunately, circumstances have changed and an incident occurred that was out of our control.

The financial support is not forthcoming from her paternal family, this was ceased very suddenly and the legal process to rectify this is timely and expensive, and the beloved family member on our side that assisted in putting Gabby through this school has sadly passed.

We have already had to eliminate extramural activities to keep going. I have sought out new employment to cover this independently moving forward, however, with everything going on we have occurred a backlog in school fees. The school has placed us on notice, and will not release her report or allow her to attend school should the backlog not be paid by the given date.

We have no other means to fix this in the short time given, and desperately do not want to put her through the trauma of changing schools again, and losing the one place that brought out the best in her in so many aspects. We have made provisions for the way forward, but this is of no help if we can’t clear up the backlog that we fell into while trying to get through the chaos.

Please help Gabz to stay in the one place that has made her feel good about herself and thrive both educationally and emotionally after all of the difficulties she has faced.

We are committed to paying it forward and helping other such causes/donating to education programs in the future once we have found our feet.

Thanking you in advance for your contributions and support.

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DALE DE WAAL MEMORIAL SERVICE – GOAL R 23 500

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DALE DE WAAL MEMORIAL SERVICE – GOAL R 23 500

Thank you to all our donors, we have met our fundraising goal.

LIANE JACOBS – GOAL R 200 000

R118,805 of R200,000 raised

LIANE JACOBS – GOAL R 200 000

R118,805 of R200,000 raised

Liane was born with Vacterl syndrome, only one kidney, Benign Oesophageal Stricture, no anus, scoliosis and a hole in her heart.

– VACTERL syndrome is a set of birth defects that often occur together. It is classified as a “non-random association,” rather than a disease. “VATER” is an acronym that refers to five different areas in which a child may have abnormalities: vertebrae, anus, trachea, oesophagus, renal (kidneys).

– Benign Oesophageal Stricture – Benign oesophageal stricture describes a narrowing or tightening of the oesophagus. The oesophagus is the tube that brings food and liquids from your mouth to your stomach. “Benign” means it’s not cancerous.

– Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine that occurs most often during the growth spurt just before puberty. While scoliosis can be caused by conditions such as cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy, the cause of most scoliosis is unknown.

When she was born they immediately had to take her to surgery to fix her oesophagus, straight after that they had to do a colostomy. When she was 9 months old her small intestine burst.

After that they had to create an anus for her to be able to pass normal stool, although Liane does not have any control over her stomach. She wears nappies up until today. She will be turning 8 on the 25 March 2019. Her Kidney soon started giving problems and she had to do dialysis from a very early age, for -+6 Year, it looks like a catheter that drains the fluid. February 2017, she had open heart surgery to repair the hole in her heart, surgery went well and she was discharged within 6 days.

Weekend of 10 November 2018, little Liane started looking ill, they took her to a GP and she was put on antibiotics, within 3 days her condition deteriorated. So, on the 16 November 2018 she was admitted into a private hospital, (Kidney Failure). She is on a medical aid, her teacher from school put Little Liane on her medical aid, her parents can`t afford medical aid at this moment in time. She only got weaker and weaker.

She was transferred to Morningside clinic in Sandton where a group of amazing Doctors advised them that they will have to start dialysis immediately, only to discover that the medical aid won`t cover the dialysis due to the fact that she is still on a waiting period. When little Liane woke up she had severed trouble breathing and they took her to ICU, on the 20th of November 2018 at about 02:00am she once again started having trouble breathing, this was when her heart stopped and Doctors had to resuscitate. She sustained brain damage due to this. On 5 December 2018 – They transferred her back to Klerksdorp where they reside only to find out that the Government Hospital don`t have the facilities to cover dialysis for children.

At this moment Corrie and Danie started to ask for donations on Facebook, they raised some funds, the same day she was transferred to Sunningdale where they immediately started dialysis with the money the raised. Money soon ran out and she was transferred to Johannesburg General Hospital on the 10th of December.

They started dialysis but two days later she got infected, they then put her on a Haemodialysis machine. They had to move the port for dialysis a few times as it caused her blood to clot.

On 11 January 2019 – Liane vomited and some of the fluid went back. Her heart rate went down to as low as 34.  The next day they did a MRI scan and confirmed that Liane has Cerebral Palsy.

The doctors want to stop her dialysis 31/01/2019, Lets raise funds to send her elsewhere for dialysis.

Let`s raise a HALLELUA for this little girl. Please donate any amount of money.

Thanking you in advance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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PARAGLIDER IN TROUBLE

R92,060 of R1 million raised

PARAGLIDER IN TROUBLE

R92,060 of R1 million raised

On 29 June 2018, Kelvin Van Baalen was paragliding in a competition in Barberton, in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa, one of many competitions he has participated in, in the past. This, however, was the one that was going to change his life forever. On his last flight, the conditions weren’t good, he scratched around a bit to try find a thermal and gain height. He was coming in to land, saw the power lines at the very last minute, turned his wing too hard and spun straight into the lines. He felt a power surge and then was knocked unconscious. He awoke to find himself engulfed in flames.

After 413 days in Burns ICU at Milpark Hospital, Kelvin was finally ready for rehabilitation. He was moved to the Netcare Rehabilitation Hospital on the 16th August 2019. And then on the 17th August 2019, my heart broke all over again… in the words of Kelvin’s medical aid “The scheme has reviewed the request and in light of the extensive injuries and accompanying co-motilities the scheme will fund REHAB for 10 DAYS ONLY, this will be full and final funding.” 10 days of rehabilitation for a child who has been in ICU for 413 days. I am devastated! I am disappointed! I am heartbroken! I am not accepting this and have never agreed to this!

It would appear that due to his extensive injuries and accompanying co-motilities, medical aid is refusing rehabilitation funding. I thought this was why we have medical aid? I didn’t realize that medical aids could simply refuse to fund a treatment because it would cost too much? Why then do I have medical cover? Kelvin is on their top scheme. He is fully covered.

To date Kelvin has had numerous skin grafts, the left anterior calf muscle had to be removed. During this period, he has suffered multiple organ failure due to infections. He has been resuscitated 9 times, dialysis, ventilated and fed via a NG tube. He has super stiff joints in his legs and calcification of his major organs has occurred.

Kelvins case is highly complex and requires a multidisciplinary team of highly skilled professionals to work with him. And the medical aid have been advised of this by all his doctors….. and yet, 10 days is all they’re willing to fund….

He is unable to walk, feed himself, hold a phone, read a magazine, button his shirt, brush his teeth, and the medical aid is only willing to pay for 10 days of rehab. 10 DAYS!

What exactly is 10 days going to achieve?

His medical aid hasn’t even bothered to see Kelvin to assess his case and they make such huge, life affecting, detrimental decisions!

Kelvin was moved to rehab yesterday, still on his NG feed, still on oxygen, with his catheter. He has no bladder control. 10 DAYS, FULL AND FINAL!

I am absolutely devastated and after Kelvin having fought so hard for so long it absolutely breaks my heart to imagine my son having to face the normal challenges of life after having received only 10 days’ rehab.

Kelvin is a miracle. His story has gone global. He is an extraordinary child, even before the accident, and more so now! Under no circumstances can his recovery be jeopardized!

I am heartbroken.
I am terrified.
This is my child, my miracle…..

Please help me to help my child regain his independence, regain his life…

💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔💔”
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HELP US BRING OUR DOGS HOME – GOAL R40 000

R16,200 of R40,000 raised

HELP US BRING OUR DOGS HOME – GOAL R40 000

R16,200 of R40,000 raised

At first, I did not want to make a post or ask for help, because of my personality and pride, but then I realised that if I don’t ask for help Oliver and Rollo might be stuck in Oman for months because I won’t be able to afford ALL their travel expenses.

As a lot of you know, we were working abroad in Muscat. We were loving the new adventure and we thought that our journey in Muscat will be long term, or longer than 2 years (as promised). So with this in mind, we decided to fly our dogs over. We just couldn’t get it over our hearts to leave our kids behind in SA, while we have long term plans abroad.

Sadly, our 2-year contract got wrongfully terminated without any notice. We had 1 month to sort out all our stuff and try to make new plans for our life going forward. As an expat, when you have to leave a country fast, it’s possible for humans, but sadly the same rules DO NOT apply to your animals.

So my babies are still stuck in Muscat and financially I cannot afford ALL the bills to fly them over, I just paid off their import bill and now I have an export bill to pay off.

Coming back to South-Africa is also MUCH more expensive than flying them over to Muscat.

Their bills consist of the following:

Muscat Expenses
• Export Cargo Handling Fees
• Export Health Certificate x 2
• Export AQVC Vet Certificate x2
• Export Airway bill x2
• Blood Collection, Spin, Serum for export to SA
• Blood Smear for export to SA
• FedEx to send the blood work to SA.

South-Africa Expenses
• RSA Import Permit
• Pre-arrival customs clearance
• Settle terminal charges at Cape Town/Johannesburg airport
• State vet clearance
• Airline clearance
• Transfer to quarantine
• Quarantine kennel and food fees
• Veterinary charges whilst in quarantine
• Post import Blood tests
• Tick & Flea treatment whilst in quarantine
• 6 Months revolution treatment

If you feel it in your heart to donate a small amount to get my kids home, I would truly be forever grateful.

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HELP FIND MISSING SIPHESIHLE – GOAL R50 000

R19,795 of R50,000 raised

HELP FIND MISSING SIPHESIHLE – GOAL R50 000

R19,795 of R50,000 raised

Three-year-old Sphesihle Zama Dlamini attended a church service at Amandawe on 31 December 2017. She was playing with other children, however, when her mother looked for her at about 09:00, the little girl was missing. An extensive search by police and community members proved fruitless.

She was wearing a pink dress with white stripes and white pumps (shoes). She was allegedly last seen in the vicinity of a tavern in Slangeni Ward, Amandawe.

An urgent appeal is made for anyone who has seen the child since her disappearance or who may know of her present whereabouts.

Funding to keep this investigation, operational is imperative and we are pleading for further assistance from the public to help us.

Mxolisi and Thabsile are unemployed at the moment but are looking for employment at present. Until such time, funding is urgently required to cover costs of travel etc for the investigation.

Thanking you in advance for your contributions.

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GET BRIAN MOBILE AGAIN!

R184,382 of R345,000 raised

GET BRIAN MOBILE AGAIN!

R184,382 of R345,000 raised

My dad, Brian McCrindle, is not only my personal hero, but also a hero and father figure to many others.

My dad was always the first person that someone would call on when they needed help, he would always be there for someone in need at the drop of a hat. Dad is the eldest of four boys and the true patriarch of our family. He was a man who always looked after his health, ate right and exercised all throughout his life, the picture of perfect health. He was an Iron Man athlete, a veteran Comrades Marathon (89km) runner, an avid cyclist, a swimmer and an all-round sportsman.

On 24 June 2018, dad had a bicycle accident and broke his neck. Dad is now a quadriplegic.  During his months in ICU where he fought for his life, his true athletic spirit really came to the foreground. Through desperate prayers, a fantastic medical team and around-the-clock care from his devoted and loving wife, Anne, dad has now reached a point where he is able to breathe by himself during the day while making use of breathing support during the night. He is still paralyzed from the shoulders down but is going for extensive physiotherapy and rehabilitation every other day, with rest days in between when his lungs need it. The most amazing thing about this human being has been his sense of humor through it all and his truly heroic, admirable spirit. Dad has the most amazing mental strength. Not once has he felt sorry for himself, not once has he asked “why me?” Not once!

Anne has been a God send. I will never have enough thanks in me to give her for the love and care she gives my dad.

Her precious life with my father changed in a split second, but she too has not once wavered from her love and devotion to him. The life they once shared together was filled with weekly adventures and new experiences. Their days look a little different now, but side by side they remain.

My father was in ICU for over a year. Needless to say, his medical treatment does not come cheap and private medical insurance can only take you so far. All of the ongoing monthly medical expenses pose a real challenge, as one would expect for an injury as severe as dad experienced. With dad needing a wheelchair for everything, every day, their little yellow Honda Jazz isn’t quite sufficient enough to get them around very comfortably anymore.

That above said, aside from monthly medical costs that dad still needs to cover, it is my goal to try and raise enough money to buy a wheelchair-friendly vehicle for him by this coming Christmas so as to give him a bit more comfort and ease with his mobility challenges. What an amazing gift that would be. The goal is to buy a pre-owned Fiat Doblo panel van vehicle which has been kitted out with a wheelchair conversion kit which will cost R345 000.

If you find that it is within your means to help raise this money to get Brian mobile again after everything he has been through, and constantly goes through each day, then please do consider supporting this initiative, and please help spread the word.

From the bottom of my heart – thank you!

Lindy-Ann

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