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Help get Kyle & Kynalie to SA for Christmas

Help get Kyle & Kynalie to SA for Christmas

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John is one of the friendliest people around. He works as a chef at a restaurant in Cape Town. He's a person who always has a smile on his face, no matter what.

John mentioned earlier in the year that his wife, Blessing, was battling to find work and asked us to please keep an eye out for any opportunities.

We were chatting recently and John showed me a photo of his two beautiful children, Kyle and Kynalie. They live with their Grandma in Zim. They go visit Kyle and Kynalie every August when John takes leave from work. John regularly sends basic staples back to Zim, things like cooking oil, because its a more economical option for them. Given Blessing's difficulty in finding work this year, the couple are not in a position to spend Christmas with their children. 

With the hope of sharing a small can of peas with this special family, our aim is to raise enough funds to get Kyle and Kynalie to Cape Town so that they can spend Christmas with their parents. John has a trusted bus service he uses with whom Kyle and Kynalie can safely travel to Cape Town and back at a cost of R2400 each. We'd like to also raise funds that can help John and Blessing buy school supplies for the new year.

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  • Nov 28, 2018 - R 1 010.00
  • "Christmas gathering were and are always special occasions in our family. K & K, enjoy yours this year" - TDKJ

  • Nov 27, 2018 - USD $ 200.00
  • "May this be a Christmas to remember for Kyle and Kynalie" - CMH

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Donations to date

R 3 783.52

Fundraising target

R 6 000.00

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