Tebogo Baloyi (10) from Mukhomi village , was diagnosed with Osteogenesis imperfecta when he was 4 , a disease which causes his bones to be brittle and affects his mobility. Tebogo's mother can barely make ends meet as she earns R2000 a month and relies heavily on social grant to take care of her 4 children.
Tebogo is a pupil at Mukhomi primary school and getting to school has placed a heavy financial burden on his mother , who has to pay double for his transport fare as the driver has to carry him from his home and after school. He carries a bottle to school which he uses to relieve himself as he is struggles to walk.Tebogo visits the physiotherapist regularly at the local hospital in Malamulele, however he still is without a wheelchair.
With this campaign, we aim to raise enough money to buy Tebogo an Electric wheelchair and to help the family with groceries.