Pink Ladies raise funds for Hospice Care

| 15/12/2009

Cayman Islands local news(CNS): A cheque $10,000 was recently presented to Hospice Care representatives, Gloria Reid and Angela Moulton, by members of the Pink Ladies Volunteer Corps executive. Funds are raised by the Pink Ladies through the Pink Hibiscus Coffee Shop at George Town Hospital and the Annual Christmas Bazaar and Tea, and all monies raised are donated back into the community. Pink Ladies Director Dorothy Miller said, “We were very pleased to be in a position to donate funds to Hospice Care and we appreciate the community supporting us in our fundraising efforts so that we can provide funding to a variety of local projects."

Miller continued, "This year’s Christmas Bazaar and Tea raised close to CI$20,000, and in addition, I am grateful to the staff and volunteers at the Coffee Shop which is the major source of Pink Ladies fundraising efforts”.

New volunteers are always welcome to join Pink Ladies in a variety of activities including the Pink Hibiscus Coffee Shop, the Lighthouse School, NCVO, The Pines and the weekly Craft Group. Further information on volunteer opportunities is available from Jane Moon or 916 1504.

More information on HospiceCare is available from Jennifer Grant-McCarthy, Fundraising Manager, or 945 7447. (Below: L-R Jane Moon PLVC, Gloria Reid & Angela Moulton, Cayman Hospice, Kathy Parks & Dorothy Miller PLVC)

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