The magnanimity of an Australian young man, who worked to raise large sums of money to support his sister with late-stage breast cancer, after his story spread and he donated to her the value of a prize he received from the store in which he works, and the value of 50 thousand dollars, inspired a large number of sympathizers with the story through Social media, to donate to it.
The report on the Daily Mail
Tim Moody, 37, won a huge sum after being crowned champion of a competition but in the weeks before winning the award, he was shocked by the diagnosis of his sister Jamie, who is 27 years old, as the medical report indicated that after the urgent surgery she needed, it would be a sister Tim needs ongoing chemotherapy and won’t be able to go out in public or work due to the risk of contracting the coronavirus, so the young man donated $45,000 of his prize to help treat her..
the two brothers
After the incident spread through social networking sites, this situation prompted many philanthropists to participate in donating money online, as more than 100 people contributed to these donations, which amounted to $14,000, sending messages of encouragement, wishing Jimmy a speedy recovery, according to the newspaper. British Daily Mail.
About his sister, Modi said: “My sister has a really tough road ahead – chemotherapy, she’ll lose her hair, she’ll have to buy a wig, she’ll have to freeze her eggs, and she’s only 27… Unfortunately, I can’t see her and hug her as much as I want, This is for fear of Corona, but we will deal with that soon.”