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Help Nolufefe with a forever home

Help Nolufefe with a forever home

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 My name is Sadia Rantseli, I am 30 years old and currently live in Dunnotar. I Didn't always have a place to call home as a child, constantly moving from relatives to family friends after the death my grandmother. As a result of word of mouth my plight reached Aunty Jams ears as she was affectionately known by the children who she help place in various homes and shelters as a result of being orphaned or destitute. She helped place me in a home for disadvantaged children called Madresa tul bannat at the age of 9 and adopted me as a foster child ensuring I was always looked after and educated. And her social welfare reach did not end with with just me, dozens of children in my situation were placed in caring homes because she went the extra mile to make sure that children she came across had a place to call home. Today in a twist of irony Nolufefe Edith Nomafusi who is now 52 is the one in need of a home.

Nolufefe has recently been diagnosed with a rare disease called Traverse myelitis.Transverse Myelitis (TM) is a disorder caused by inflammation of the spinal cord. It is characterized by symptoms and signs of neurological dysfunction in motor and sensory tracts on both sides of the spinal cord.  The involvement of motor and sensory control  pathways frequently produce altered sensation, weakness and sometimes urinary or bowel dysfunction, she also has paralysis of the lower limbs and is battling mental heath issues. As a result of her illness she has lost  her source of income selling second hand clothes and subsequently her rented home which has caused tremendous stress on her as her 14 year old daughter has also been left destitute. I would now like to take this opportunity to raise funds for this selfless women to have a dignified but simple home that would allow her to recuperate as well move easily in a wheelchair.

Reaching my target would mean that I am able to give back to a women who gave so much to so many. She can have home that can provide accessibility for a wheel chair and an extra space for a full time caregiver and peace of mind for her that her daughter can have a roof over her head during this long road to recovery

For a simple house that is going to be located in a rural area of Pietermaritzurg close to the hospital that she is admitted at and receiving treatment Edendale Hospital, the funds will go towards building material and labour and funds will go directly to the supplier

Funds raised will be paid directly to the relevant institution.

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Fundraising target

R 150 000.00
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My name is Sadia Rantseli, I am 30 years old and currently live in Dunnotar. I Didn't always have a place to call home as a child, constantly moving from relatives to family friends after the death of my grandmother. As a result of word of mouth, my plight reached Aunty Jams ears as she was affectionately known by the children who she helps place in various homes. She helped place me in a home for disadvantaged children called Madresa tul Bannat at the age of 9 and adopted me as a foster child ensuring I was always looked after and educated. Nolufefe has recently been diagnosed with a rare disease called Traverse myelitis. Transverse Myelitis (TM) is a disorder caused by inflammation of the spinal cord. I would now like to take this opportunity to raise funds for this selfless woman to have a dignified but simple home that would allow her to recuperate as well move easily in a wheelchair.