Diaper donation from Pick n Pay

Representatives from Pick n Pay, Alberton City arrived at Stepping Stone Hospice on Thursday, 14 December, to donate packs of adult diapers for use in the In-Patient Unit. Said Store Manager, Abel Lehoko, “I drive past the hospice every day on my way to work and have become familiar with what you do for the community. This is our way for saying ‘thank you’.”

“We hope that these will come in handy,” said Inventory Manager, Zelda Kone, who accompanied Abel for the handover. “We use 5-6 diapers per patient, per day, depending on their condition, so these will come in very handy indeed,” explains Stepping Stone Hospice Community Nurse, Sister Margi Bollman.

Adult diapers are definitely one of the ongoing needs at Stepping Stone. If you’d like to find out more about donating day-to-day consumables and other ‘wish list’ items to our hospice, click here…

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