Their story inspired me to help and donate and I would like to share it to get more donations to help this wonderful family complete their home.
In 2015 the breadwinner (the father) of this family was diagnosed with kidney failure. Due to this he lost his job,soon after they lost their house and everything else.
After staying with numerous family members for a year the father started collecting a disability grant (which is impossible to live on) even though being at dialysis treatment FOUR times a week he made it work.
He was determined to build a stable home for his family and a secure life for his wife.
He found a place in the rural area of the south coast of durban South Africa where land goes for quite cheap and started to pay off a small piece of land with money from his disability grant and what ever other moneys that were either donated or money from the little things his wife sold.
The land cost the family R 10.000 which is equivalent to about $714 it took them just over a year to pay it off.
They created a temporary structure to live in but due to heavy rains ,winds and it being so close to the sea side it did not last.
They are God Fearing wonderful souls,
I have donated what I could including food and some building supplies.People from surrounding areas volunteer every weekend but we have run out of funds.
If this story touched you're heart as much as it did to mine because of the determination of this father to take everything he has to build a home for his family, and if kidney disease means something to you please be kind enough to donate.
Donations does not need to be in any money form of money it can be in form of used building marterial (if you live in South Africa KZN ,please email me or call me for address if you choose to do so).
If not even R100 at a time can make a huge difference.