Hospice receives R100 000 donation

2018-03-21 06:01
Dolphin Coast Hospice Association board members receive a cheque for R100 000 from J.N. Naidoo (centre).PHOTO: supplied

Dolphin Coast Hospice Association board members receive a cheque for R100 000 from J.N. Naidoo (centre).PHOTO: supplied

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THE Dolphin Coast Hospice received a massive R100 000 boost towards its care centre building project last Friday.

The donation was a gesture by well-known KwaDukuza resident J.N. Naidoo. The money will go towards the respite wing of the centre, which is due to commence construction shortly.

The centre is set to be the first of its kind for the iLembe District and will offer a much-needed in-patient facility.

Anyone wanting to assist the hospice is welcome to contact chairperson Krish Venketsamy at 083 234 5732 or Thilo Naidoo at 083 686 5155. - Supplied.

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