"the Family Enoksson want to do something for the elderly and the lonely in society, and offer both their companionship and help with practical things like cleaning and action. "
"I feel sorry for the older people, many sitting alone in the day and it hurts so much in my heart," says Jessica Enoksson."
"”Are you old? Do you feel lonely? Eh not sad. My family and I are. We can delight you on the days you feel life has betrayed you"' writes the family Enoksson, from Laholm, in a post on Facebook. "
"In his Facebookinlägg offers Jessica, 44, Hasse, 45, and Ida, 11, to be the mainstay to someone who is older and alone and have no one else to turn to. "
" I've met and talked with very many old people who are feeling horrible. So I thought now that perhaps it is better to invite someone in our lives. Someone who might not have the ability to be able to get somewhere, may not have someone they can talk to and who might need a family, "says Jessica, and continues:"
"– There are absolutely no ulterior motives, we bid on everything, they should not bid on anything. We can pick up and leave, run and trade with them and help them to clean. I feel sorry for the older people, many sitting alone in the day and it hurts so much in my heart."
"”Thats for all the people”"
"the Family has previously been committed to the needy in the society. For two summers, then borrowed, for instance, out their caravan to vulnerable families, something the newspaper Aftonbladet wrote about."
"– I burn so much for the people, in all its forms and ages, but right now I feel for the elderly, it is a shame about them. I can't see and hear that there are old sitting alone and that there are those who die alone. "
"Several have heard of after the family Facebookinlägg. However, not only older, but also others who don't have any. Hopefully, more will take after the family's initiatives, says Jessica. "
" I want to create ripples in the water, one can not do everything but everyone jan do something. I want my children to learn that it costs little to be a good human being. That you can share with them what little they have – ten minutes, quarter of an hour or half-hour of one's day. What does it matter?"