Jim and Janine Ward found a gift bag on Women’s Day, and they are looking to reunite it with the original owner, let’s help them make it happen!


Harrismith, South Africa – Friends and family of a sickly woman put together a gift bag of goodies and wrote a lovely card for her to get well soon. However, the bag was accidentally forgotten in a parking lot. Jim and Janine Ward found the gift bag and are looking to reunite it with its rightful owner.

The couple found the gift bag at the Wimpy in Bergview, Harrismith just off the N3 on Women’s Day but have had zero luck in finding who it belongs to. They first shared their Facebook post on the 9th of August, but nobody came forward.

As of yesterday, they grew concerned and asked us to help them reach more people in the hopes of returning the gift.

All they know is where and when the gift was found and that a woman named Aneesah was the recipient of the present. They have it stored safely with the manager at the Wimpy who will gladly hand it over should Aneesah come forward. There were a few valuable items within the gift bag that Janine and Jim have taken for safekeeping. They desperately wish to reunite the items with Aneesah.

Jim has asked the person it belongs to or someone who knows who Aneesah may be, to contact him directly for more information.

If you think you know who the gift may belong to, you can contact Jim via Facebook here.

Sources: Facebook 
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