Help Nelspruit Hospice help the terminally ill

Imperial Toyota Nelspruit and Nelspruit Hospice present their ever-so-popular annual charity golf day this Friday.
The competition will be held for the 10th time at Mbombela Golf Club and the first golfers will tee off at 11:00.

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The proceeds from this event go towards providing free medical care for people suffering from life-threatening diseases and emotional support for family members, even after death.
All golfers are invited to enter. The format will be four-ball alliance in which two scores count. The cost is R400 per person, or R1 600 for a four-ball. This includes green fees, tea and sandwiches before tee-off, great prizes and a post prize-giving dinner with live music.
You are welcome to bring your partner and family to the dinner at a cost of R100 per adult and R60 per child younger than 12 years.
If you really want to treat yourself and team up with one of the Puma rugby players, it will cost R500 per person. Book your tee-off time with the club on 013-744-0958. If you would like to be a sponsor, contact Mary on 082-388-6980.

Nelspruit Hospice is a non-profit organisation that provides quality home-based palliative care to people with life-threatening illnesses.

It has professional nurses who are palliative-care trained, and provide physical, psychosocial and spiritual support regardless of race, disease, religion or socio-economic situation.
There are many ways to get involved with Nelspruit Hospice
• Become a member: There is no cost involved for you to become a member of hospice, and you are invited to attend all general meetings and support hospice activities.
• Purchase some of its goods: Hospice Honey or Hospice Figs. These products are for sale at our office every day as well as on our monthly awareness days held at the various SPARs in town.
• Join its MyVillage Programme: Get your MyVillage card and a small percentage of what you purchase in designated stores will be donated to hospice.
• Become a volunteer to assist in the following ways: Companion – a person who is willing to provide emotional support to patients and their families. Must attend the hospice orientation workshop and be willing to make a time commitment. Caregiver – a person who provides basic medical care such as bed, bath and oral hygiene to patients. Basic medical training required along with hospice orientation workshop attendance. Fund-raiser – a person willing to work at various fund-raising events such as awareness days, Innibos and golf days. Training will be provided for each event.
Enquiries: 013-744-0095.

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Stefan de Villiers

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