Wish List Drive

Members of Komatsu Mining Corp (Joy Global) visited Stepping Stone Hospice’s In-Patient Unit on Wednesday, 13 December, to donate items towards the hospice’s ongoing Wish List. “The collection was a staff-driven initiative,” said Tiffany Krog on behalf of Komatsu. “Any way we can help, we will try.”

“This donation is so welcome,” said Stepping Stone CEO, Tersia Burger. “We spend a great deal on everyday consumables, so every donation – be it paper, cleaning supplies, tea, coffee, tissues – all helps. We’d like to thank everyone at Komatsu who contributed to this wonderful donation.”

Caption: A welcome donation from Komatsu Mining Corp (Joy Global) – from left to right: Stepping Stone Hospice CEO, Tersia Burger, William Ngubeni, Roberta Thompson, Gloria Msimango, Tiffany Krog and Sindisile Makhubo

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