"Vat Jou Goed en Trek" supports hospice

So many wonderful, wonderful people out there are reaching out to us, helping us to continue to do the work we do. On Thursday last week, the "Vat jou Goed en Trek" television crew paid us a vist, not only to interview both Sister Sheryl Newman, head of clincial services, and Marietjie Tame, our marketing and fundraising manager, but to also donate some much needed items towards the renovation of our planned extension of the In-Patient Unit. The "Vat jou Goed en Trek" television programme will launch it's fourth season this coming Friday, October 5 on KykNET (DSTV) channel 144. This series is a 13-episode reality lifestyle show on helping people to sell their homes. The head of their construction team, Kevin Brider, lost his mom in our Unit in July this year and he vowed to help us in any way that he possibly can. To Kevin and the crew, thank you, thank you, thank you!

Caption: Marietjie Tame and Sister Sheryl Newman here with Henck Convey (presenter), Lara Fourie (designer) and Kevin Brider (head of construction). The "Vat jou goed en Trek" episode featuring Stepping Stone Hospice will be on the KykNet channel 144 on the 18th December at 17:30.

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