Alberton Lions Donate to Hospice

The Alberton Lions recently visited Stepping Stone Hospice to hand over a donation of R12 500 - raised via several fundraising efforts throughout the year.

“We support various organizations in our community and we are very aware of the good work this hospice does, hence our decision to make them one of our beneficiaries,” explains Mark du Plooy, first vice-president of the Alberton Lions.

Here with Mark is Tersia Burger, CEO of Stepping Stone Hospice (left) and Tammy du Plooy, Lions member responsible for fundraising.

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