Earlier this year, Stepping Stone Hospice CEO Tersia Burger was invited to address the Social Club ladies at Café la Plume in Glenanda. Tersia’s heartfelt talk about hospice had such an impact on everyone there, including café owners Tracy-Lee and her mom, Vernice Cockerill, that these ladies have since become regular supporters of Stepping Stone.
From generously catering for hospice functions free of charge and regularly dropping off meals for patients at the organization’s In-Patient Unit, to attending hospice events with their family and friends, as well as encouraging their coffee-shop patrons to donate second-hand goods to The Charity Shop, Tracy and Vernice’s commitment to Stepping Stone has been unwavering.
For Tersia Burger, Tracy’s win is an acknowledgment by a higher power of her kindness and generosity of spirit: “This couldn’t have happened to a more giving person. I truly feel that this is Tracy’s reward for all the good she does and continues to do for us and others.”
West Pack’s festive cash-giveaway campaign will run until 23 December. Customers spending more than R200 in-store up until then, each receive an entry into the cash draw. As part of the campaign, West Pack Lifestyle is also donating an equivalent cash prize to every winner’s charity of choice.
Seen here with Tracy and Tersia are Chantelle Castonho (far left) and Enalca Swarts (far right) from West Pack Lifestyle Head Office.