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Hazel Sycamore, a nurse in the Southland of New Zealand, was going to Uganda as a volunteer aid worker and anticipated a need there. Before she went, she put up signs at the local hospital and the Breast Care Centre where she works asking for a specific donation. “Within three weeks I had about 400 bras,” Sycamore said. “They just kept coming in the door.” She hauled them all to a Ugandan church for distribution. Many of the women there had to be shown how they were worn, but “their delight was amazing, it was just so touching,” Sycamore said. (RC/Southland Times) ...Now that’s an uplifting story.
Original Publication Date: 22 November 2015
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 22.

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