Ryan & Jo-Lene Lynch
Ryan’s colleague and friend Myer nominated him for the Hot Cares ‘Touching 100 Lives Campaign’. He has been trying to help where possible but knows that any additional help would make the world of difference to Ryan.
Myer said: “When you meet him, on the outside he’s the nicest happiest person with a great attitude, but on the inside, he’s torn about what and how to resolve his problems. I help where I can, but I need a bigger force to assist him”.
While both Ryan and Jo-Lene Lynch work, some unforeseen expenses have added significant strain on their already delicate situation. Last week, his brakes failed, making repairs on his car an urgent matter.
Living day-to-day, they’ve begun selling off things to ensure they’re able to put food on the table for their two children.
Hot Cares would like to acknowledge that both Ryan and his wife are working hard, and to encourage their efforts, we’ll be arranging for their car to be serviced by the generous folk at Petrol Heads in Randburg, we’ll provide a grocery voucher for their household as well as purchase a prepaid electricity voucher. The assistance that Hot Cares is extending to the Lynch family is worth just over R10 000!
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