Hospice receives generous donation

Khanya Hospice CEO, Neil McDonald with salon owner, Thara Moodley, who  donated R1 000 to  Hospice. Photo: supplied
Khanya Hospice CEO, Neil McDonald with salon owner, Thara Moodley, who donated R1 000 to Hospice. Photo: supplied

KHANYA Hospice received a R1 000 donation towards Hospice Cancer Awareness Day. Thara Moodley and her staff from the salon in the Goodhope Centre, Umzinto collected among themselves for the Hospice Cancer Awareness Day. Moodley also made a donation of clothes and groceries for patients.

“All donations get put together and that is how we are able to do what we do best,” says Khanya Hospice CEO, Neil McDonald.
Hospice offers free palliative nursing care to people who are terminally ill and support to their families. Anyone wanting to donate to Hospice, can phone 039 973 1783/0277 or hos pice@scottnet.co.za

- Supplied.

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