“We are eternally grateful for this donation as we will utilize the laptops in our newly established Centre for Palliative Learning,” says Tersia. Part of the vision at Stepping Stone Hospice & Care Services is to establish a training centre where they would offer palliative training to empower people with palliative knowledge and skills which would allow them opportunities for fulfilling employment opportunities. “We are committed to providing our community, learners and facilitators with knowledge that is relevant to their circumstances and can positively influence their lives as well as the lives of others,” explains Tersia.
Caption 1: Tersia Burger (left) and Sonia Thomson (right) receiving the laptops from Barbara Joseph, Foundation Phase Head of Department at Glenanda Primary.
Caption 2: The grade 2 staff and a few of the grade 2 learners. The staff from left to right in the photo are as follows: Germana Anthony, Charlene Schoeman, Nadine Stander, Barbara Joseph, Cris Dunmore and Sue Webber.