- Bebruchka-ann started fostering babies in a safe care home at the age of 19
- Now at 21, she decided to share her story online with the #ImStaying group members on Facebook
- Bebruchka-ann's post is heartwarming and a true inspiration to those out there wanting to make a difference
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At the tender age of 19, Bebruchka-ann Olwagen decided to open a safe care home for babies. The young lady worked hard after realising she needed to do more for her community. She turned to foster care and two years later, things are going well.
Bebruchka-ann is now 21 years old and she decided to share her story with the Stayers on Facebook's #ImStaying group. She wrote a heartfelt post about her work and the passion she has for helping others where she can.
The young lady stated that she felt honoured to serve the children in the best way possible and that she can say with full certainty that this is the path she's meant to walk on.
To read Bebruchka-ann's full post, click here. Below is the conclusion of her post:
"So this is why I'm staying because I get to love and care for the most vulnerable children in our community. And I get to share this journey with an amazing community of people, who never shy away from helping and supporting each other, even if it's just by sending a beautiful message with uplifting words."
After sharing her inspiring post, Bebruchka-ann was inundated with positive and loving messages in the comments section. Read some of the messages she received below:
Jameela Mojapelo said:
"You inspire me. I pray God guides me to get the energy & wisdom to walk in your footsteps someday. May God continue blessing your journey."
M Beryl Pillay wrote:
"Awesome caring and love... Well done."
Carole Moncur shared:
"It's so beautiful that you have the love and passion to do this type of work. You will be truly blessed helping these children and mothers have a better chance in life."
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Mems Warwick added:
"I'm inspired... I wish to connect with you and learn more. My heart goes out to teenage girls. Their welfare, their wellbeing and their need is my greatest concern. I wish to spread my wings in my community."
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