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A House for Olivia

A House for Olivia

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Ms Olivia Mokete was beaten in the street by a very large man during protests in Johannesburg.

She was on her way to petition the council for water and electricity in her region. She had nothing to do with the protests, but paid a heavy physical price for being in the area.

Her home is a tin shack. I believe South Africans are better than this, and would be willing to help buy her a wooden Wendyhouse-type home in time for winter.

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Donations

Name Comment Date Amount
Anonymous Wish it could be more. Feb 17, 2018 R 102.82
Claire, Arnold and Max Many blessings Olivia, may this be the start of a beautiful new life. Feb 16, 2018 R 500.00
Lynn from Oz Everyone deserves to be treated with dignity Feb 15, 2018 USD $ 82.97
Di Hussey Here's to getting you a new house, Olivia! Feb 15, 2018 R 205.64
Blair Go SA! Lets help this woman! Feb 15, 2018 R 510.00
Anonymous Good luck Olivia Feb 14, 2018 R 1 028.20
Anonymous All the best to you Olivia. Feb 14, 2018 R 1 010.00
Ina van der Schyff - Mestocom Pty Ltd There is still love out there, Olivia. May this small drop help to restore your dignity. Feb 14, 2018 USD $ 66.10
NikitaB Most South Africans are still good hearted. God bless Feb 13, 2018 R 514.10
Anonymous I’m sorry for what happened to you, Olivia. May these donations bring some joy into your life. Feb 13, 2018 USD $ 17.65
Alexandra Kruse Let’s get Olivia a new home!!! Feb 13, 2018 USD $ 211.49
Fabulous Five Hope this helps, Olivia. Feb 13, 2018 R 1 000.00
Alexandra Kruse Blessings to Olivia. Feb 12, 2018 USD $ 104.44
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Donations to date

R 10 619.60

Fundraising target

R 10 000.00
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Olivia Mokete was beaten in the street by a very large man during protests in Johannesburg, despite having nothing to do with the protests. Her home is a tin shack. I believe South Africans are better than this, and would be willing to help buy her a wooden Wendyhouse-type home in time for winter.