Friends fundraiser for hospice

A group of friends, all of whom had been affected by cancer in one way or another, decided to join forces to raise funds for us. Cupcakes, arts and crafts and raffle tickets were up for sale at the Netcare Oncology Centre at the Clinton hospital on Wednesday and the ladies were delighted at the support they got.

The hardworking ladies are f.l.t.r: Carol Abrams, Rene Buys, Ruby Evrard (counsellor at Stepping Stone Hospice), Hannatjie de Canha, Alta Smit and Ester Steyn. Thank you ladies, you are awesome!

Partners & Sponsors

  • Fusion Digital
  • Reading Country Club
  • Phatman Designs
  • Afripanel
  • Mgwezi
  • SCS Archritecs
  • Grayston Travel
  • Grindrod
  • Steve's Auto Tech & Diagnostics
  • AC Industriel Cleaning
  • Alberton Rekord
  • Coenbuild Logo2
  • The Creative Cafe
  • Alberton Selfstorage
  • Sudwest Charcoal Experts

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Contact Information


  • 010 442 5059

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    +27 86 724 0480

    0520756

    096-632
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    Stepping Stone Hospice and Care Services

    Bank Name
    Absa

    Branch Code
    632005

    Account Number
    4086095643
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Come Whine With Me – Wednesday, 29 August

Come Whine With Me – Wednesday, 29 August

Our guest speaker this year is popular, Alberton-based Colour Therapist (and all-round ‘Life Guru’) Sonet Erasmus.

This inspiring lady has touched many lives – miss it, miss out!

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Courageous Conversations

About Courageous Conversations

Working at a hospice exposes us to every kind of human emotion and experience. What we have learnt is that we all have a story. We all experience heartbreak, heartache, uncertainty and difficult times in our lives. Courageous Conversations was borne out of this knowledge. Courageous Conversations is about talking about the 'unspeakable' issues that we are often confronted with and have no outlet to express or learn coping mechanisms for…

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