Marist Brothers donate funds

Mr Hylton Powell, deputy principal at Marist Brothers Primary School in Linmeyer, Johannesburg, handed over a cheque - R41000 - to Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services on Thursday morning. Our CEO Tersia Burger, also had the chance to address the learners, from Gr R to Gr 7, all of whom participated in the fundraising effort. The little ones sat listening with eager eyes and ears, and had an opportunity to ask questions. They were delighted to hear that their money will be used "to help people who need it."










This young man had a "serious question" for our CEO Tersia Burger at Thursday mornings' handing over of a cheque from Marist Brothers Primary School to Stepping Stone Hospice. Tersia left the stage to go and sit with him and the two of them had a few moments of "earnest discussion". Such a wonderful moment, highlight of our day!



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