Hospice thanks volunteers

2015-10-07 06:00
Darlene Booth, Scottburgh Hospice shop manager and Khanya Hospice CEO, Neil McDonald (back, right) with volunteers at the Scottburgh thrift shop. 

Darlene Booth, Scottburgh Hospice shop manager and Khanya Hospice CEO, Neil McDonald (back, right) with volunteers at the Scottburgh thrift shop.  Photo: supplied

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KHANYA Hospice management and staff thank its volunteers who has been working so hard, offering their services in their own time to help in the Hospice shops.

“To our volunteers, your hard work and effort is greatly appreciated. Anyone wanting to donate to Hospice, whatever you have to give away, you can drop off at any of our shops,” CEO of Khanya Hospice, Neil McDonald said.

“Frequent visitors to our shops will know there is a lot of work to be done. Donations arrive in boxes or bags and need to be checked if articles are in working condition, clothes needs to be hung up, sometimes we have to wash and iron them, ornaments, silver and glassware need to be cleaned, and all articles needs to be clearly priced and nicely displayed, and the shops always needs to be clean and neat,” McDonald said.

He said they need hands - “your hands”.

If you would like to volunteer or need help, contact Hospice shops or head office at 039 973 1783. - Supplied.

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