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Storm damaged homes - please help.

Cause page created in the Disaster category by Grace Jensen for "Smit's - Storm Damage Appeal"


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Severe wind and rain damage the homes of the elderly in South Africa. We need your help to rebuild.

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Recently the homes of my aged aunts (Maureen and Pamela) were damaged by a severe storm. They live in Witbank South Africa on a miniscule pension that barely covers the food they eat and so cant afford to rebuild their homes.

Grace Jensen's involvement (page creator)

I am reaching out on behalf of my family whose homes were recently hit by a severe storm. Please will you help us rebuild their homes? All funds raised will be used for rebuild and reinstatement.

Use of funds

The money will be spent on the rebuilding the homes of two elderly ladies. In addition any other funds will be used for the replacement of the electrical pump to provide fresh water to the houses and replace damaged furniture.

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Latest update

The rebuild has begun  28 November 2020

Posted by: Grace Jensen

Thank you for your support!

The rebuild has began with the procurement of roofing which was a challenge with the impact of COVID affecting delivery.

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BRJ LTD
BRJ LTD on 22 Nov 2020
$100
Faye
Faye on 20 Nov 2020
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Beena
Beena on 19 Nov 2020
Private
Private Donor
Private Donor on 16 Nov 2020
$250

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Created by, and paying to a verified bank account of, Grace Jensen on behalf of Smit's - Storm Damage Appeal

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This page was created on 16 Nov 2020 and closes on 16 Feb 2021.
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