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Disabled Woman Gets New Car To Help Achieve Dream Of Helping Others(Photos)

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Aspiring social worker, Tinyiko Gwambe, was born with no arms.She started a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for a car to help her work and study.


A friend from a support group for disabled people donated R8000 (N198,803) to her campaign Tinyiko Gwambe is inspiring Mzansi with her commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged children.



Not willing to let her own personal challenges stand in the way of her vision, Tinyiko boldly decided to raise funds for a new car, with the hope that it will put her in a better position to help those who need it the most. Tinyiko is an aspiring social worker who comes from the small town of Tshilamba, Limpopo. Having been born with no arms, Tinyiko has had to adapt to a world that is not as accommodating as it should be for differently-abled people.



But this is rapidly changing and Tinyiko aims to be a valuable part of the transformation. Hoping to be mobile in order to attend lectures and find employment as a social worker, Tinyiko started a successful crowdfunding campaign to buy herself a car.

See photos below


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wow this is awesome

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Soft hearted

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[ @lisamelz: ] Aspiring social worker, Tinyiko Gwambe, was born with no arms.She started a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for a car to help her work and study.


A friend from a support group for disabled people donated R8000 (N198,803) to her campaign Tinyiko Gwambe is inspiring Mzansi with her commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged children.



Not willing to let her own personal challenges stand in the way of her vision, Tinyiko boldly decided to raise funds for a new car, with the hope that it will put her in a better position to help those who need it the most. Tinyiko is an aspiring social worker who comes from the small town of Tshilamba, Limpopo. Having been born with no arms, Tinyiko has had to adapt to a world that is not as accommodating as it should be for differently-abled people.



But this is rapidly changing and Tinyiko aims to be a valuable part of the transformation. Hoping to be mobile in order to attend lectures and find employment as a social worker, Tinyiko started a successful crowdfunding campaign to buy herself a car.

See photos below


wonderful, keep on the good works

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[quote][ @lisamelz: ] Aspiring social worker, Tinyiko Gwambe, was born with no arms.She started a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for a car to help her work and study.


A friend from a support group for disabled people donated R8000 (N198,803) to her campaign Tinyiko Gwambe is inspiring Mzansi with her commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged children.



Not willing to let her own personal challenges stand in the way of her vision, Tinyiko boldly decided to raise funds for a new car, with the hope that it will put her in a better position to help those who need it the most. Tinyiko is an aspiring social worker who comes from the small town of Tshilamba, Limpopo. Having been born with no arms, Tinyiko has had to adapt to a world that is not as accommodating as it should be for differently-abled people.



But this is rapidly changing and Tinyiko aims to be a valuable part of the transformation. Hoping to be mobile in order to attend lectures and find employment as a social worker, Tinyiko started a successful crowdfunding campaign to buy herself a car.

See photos below [good one that is youth empowerment]

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Congratulations pretty.

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That's good and kind God bless you

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perseverance is the key to achievement, keep it up

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That Is Good To Hear

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This welcome move wow

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This is a challenge

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This is so wonderful, and it's a challenge.

More grace to her

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[ @lisamelz: ] Aspiring social worker, Tinyiko Gwambe, was born with no arms.She started a crowdfunding campaign to raise funds for a car to help her work and study.


A friend from a support group for disabled people donated R8000 (N198,803) to her campaign Tinyiko Gwambe is inspiring Mzansi with her commitment to improving the lives of disadvantaged children.



Not willing to let her own personal challenges stand in the way of her vision, Tinyiko boldly decided to raise funds for a new car, with the hope that it will put her in a better position to help those who need it the most. Tinyiko is an aspiring social worker who comes from the small town of Tshilamba, Limpopo. Having been born with no arms, Tinyiko has had to adapt to a world that is not as accommodating as it should be for differently-abled people.



But this is rapidly changing and Tinyiko aims to be a valuable part of the transformation. Hoping to be mobile in order to attend lectures and find employment as a social worker, Tinyiko started a successful crowdfunding campaign to buy herself a car.

See photos below

God is great

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You should be proud my dear

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That's good, keep up your dreams

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Glory be to God

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Congratulations to her

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This shows that being disable really, doesn't stop one from carrying out his or her passion. And that, being somewhat disable, does not imply that one can't help others to getting better at what they do. God bless us all.

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God is good.

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A visionary leader not allowing challenges to limit her vision.
Keep up your dream

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