Hospice receives donation from cancer survivor

2016-11-10 06:01
      Photo: supplied Thumbs up for Khanya Hospice (back, from left) Neil McDonald, Kailesen Randasamy, Shriyen Randasamy, Bovani Randasamy, and (front) Viva Naicker.

Photo: supplied Thumbs up for Khanya Hospice (back, from left) Neil McDonald, Kailesen Randasamy, Shriyen Randasamy, Bovani Randasamy, and (front) Viva Naicker.

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KHANYA Hospice received a pleasant surprise from a cancer survivor recently.

Viva Naicker, from the South Coast, surprised Neil McDonald and his team with a donation she raised using her talent.

Naicker crocheted scarves and sold them over a period of two months and collected over R5 000, which she gave Hospice to say thank you for the work Khanya Hospice is doing on the South Coast.

Naicker also took a money tin from Hospice to fill at home and is challenging survivors to do their bit for Breast Cancer Awareness Month for Hospice.

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Anyone wanting to donate clothes, unwanted gifts or what-have-you-to-give-away, can contact Hospice on 083 597 8985 or email hos pice@scottnet.co.za

- Supplied.

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