LewenSentrum donates to Stepping Stone

Alberton LewenSentrum hosted their Annual Golf Day on Thursday, 11 May, at Reading Country Club, with a portion of the funds raised donated to Stepping Stone Hospice. This is the 3rd year in a row that hospice has received a donation from their golf day and we are extremely grateful to Pastor Andries Enslin and the rest of his team and congregation for their continued support.

Seen here with Tersia Burger are Coenie Strydom, builder and developer in Alberton and in the middle, businessman Eben Martincich. Eben took it upon himself at the prize-giving dinner to raise an additional R10 000 through a collection. Of that, R5000 was added to the R10 000 donated by LewenSentrum to hospice. Thank you to one and all and congratulations to LewenSentrum on yet another successful golf day!

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