Addicted Giver: Woman Wins N59bn in Lottery Jackpot, Shares More Than Half to Charity, Gives Strong Reasons

Addicted Giver: Woman Wins N59bn in Lottery Jackpot, Shares More Than Half to Charity, Gives Strong Reasons

  • A woman who won the whopping sum of N59bn (£115m) fortune in the EuroMillions mega lottery has given away a huge chunk to charity
  • The woman known as Frances Connolly, 55, says money helps people and liberates them to become exactly who they want to be in life
  • Connolly reportedly agreed with her husband Patrick, to be giving a certain amount of money to charity but she has already overshot the budget

Frances Connolly, 55, from Hartlepool, England, has been noted for her numerous donations to charity after she won N59bn (£115m) in the EuroMillions lottery.

After she won the huge sum of money the woman who is clearly a giver has given more than half of it to charitable courses.

Frances Connolly, 55, and her husband Patrick from Hartlepool, England noted for giving a lot to charity.
Frances Connolly believes so much in helping others. Photo credits: PA media/BBC News.
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Connolly is addicted to giving

Connolly had agreed with her husband Patrick to be giving some budgeted sums to charity but she has overshot it.

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According to the woman who spoke to the BBC, she just can't help but give since she is addicted to it. She frowns at people who spend huge sums of money buying expensive drinks like champagne.

She believes such monies could be used to help a young person to buy a house. She also says money helps people to reach their potential.

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Social media users react

After the story was shared on Instagram by @bbcnews, it attracted huge reactions from users. Here are a few of them:

@sarahbakare said:

"If she needs someone else to donate to, I’m here."

@andikac commented:

"Money doesn't change you - it reveals who you are."

@gavintduffy reacted:

"I’m addicted to receiving it."

@sherrylbosse said:

"It is better to give than to receive. Give to those in need which is good for the soul."

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@arif.lau said:

"A pure heart blessed with abundance! Wonderful to hear of such beautiful people in our world."

6ix9ine donates N8m to a single family

In a related story, reported that popular American rapper, Tekashi 6ix9ine gave a family the sum of N8m.

6ix9ine who said he wanted to use the money in a night club said he changed his mind and decided to give it out to charity.

He entered the streets and gave the whole cash to a family he met by the roadside.


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