Quilts donated to trauma centre

2016-02-17 06:00
One of the quilts donated to Amanzimtoti Trauma Centre.  Photo: tania sandberg

One of the quilts donated to Amanzimtoti Trauma Centre. Photo: tania sandberg

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AMANZIMTOTI Trauma Unit (ATU) was blessed with a donation from Cottage Patch Community Quilting on Friday, 12 February.

“The association donated seven quilts for use in our safe house and another for a raffle. This donation could not have come at a better time as we are in desperate need of bedding for the house,” said centre manager, Loraine Odendaal.

The centre calls on the community to support them with linen for single beds and items normally needed in a house, such as small appliances.

For further information contact ATU on 031 903 7777.

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