Cynthia Urayeneza: Coming together for Cynthia's Family
- $3,965.47 donated
- 100 generous donors
Cynthia was a young woman who died because of a brain Cancer. Please show her family your support to cover the cost of the funeral & burial.
Cynthia Urayeneza lived a very happy, wonderful & gracious life.
On the 8th of October 2017, it pleased God to call to him her servant, our daughter, our sister and friend, Cynthia Urayeneza.
Cynthia has lost her battle against a brain cancer which was diagnosed 4 months ago. For several days and months, despite this life frightening disease, Cynthia was always happy and tried to enjoy every single day that God was giving her. During this difficult time, she was surrounded by love from her family, friends, the African Community and the rest of New Zealanders who knew her until her last breath.
Cynthia was the youngest sister of her family. We all know her relatives Pauline their mum and her brothers and sisters: Danny, Joseph, Rosemine, Tasmine, Muni and Vanessa who always try to find reasons to help and support others. Now, it is our time to give them support as they will like to send off Cynthia to rest in peace among Angels.
This is a very complicated and difficult time for the grieving family. Therefore, any support that you can offer will be very much appreciated. Our prayer is that God gives you a hundredfold what you are prepared to give today.
On behalf of the ACOFI and Cynthia’s family we would like to thank you for your kindness.
The money contributed here will go towards the completion of the funeral process expenses.
Funds will be passed onto the bank account of Rosemine Mutamuliza, sister of Cynthia, on behalf of their Family.
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We are involved because Cynthia and her family are members of the African Communities Forum Inc. Our role is to bring all African Communities together and support each of our members.
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