Euphonik: 'I just want to give back'
Johannesburg- Euphonik is tired of people always talking about making a difference and not doing it, so he decided to lead by example.
The popular DJ says he was looking for a way to make a difference in the world and noticed that many disabled people do not even have the basics, like a wheelchair. He approached a disabled community in Tshwane who helped him identify someone who he could help - a young girl called Emma from Mamelodi in Pretoria.
Emma suffers from Cerebral Palsy, a condition which has left her unable to walk or talk, and her family cannot afford a wheelchair.
In partnership with The City Of Tshwane and Ottobock Euphonik decided that he would make a difference in Emma and her family's life by buying her a wheelchair.
"It's my own personal random act of kindness," Euphonik tells us, "I'll help one person at a time. If I see someone or something that needs my help ,I will do my best to help."
"The one thing about charity work is that everyone is all talk and no action. I chose to act," he says.
So heart warming. We salute you.
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