South Coast Hospice started their fund-raising year with an ‘Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy’ Valentine’s brunch at Port Shepstone Country Club on Saturday.
Colette Bailey singing ‘My Funny Valentine’ set the tone for a wonderful Valentine’s event.
The South Coast Hospice team were thrilled to receive the very welcome and much-needed toiletries for young women who attend the Memory Book workshops.
The workshops are conducted by Karin Warman and Baphiwe Duma for resilience building, as well as addressing the ongoing need for trauma counselling.
CEO Di van Dyk told her story about her experience with ‘first love’. It involved a boy and his bat, silk worms, snot, blood and tears!
On a serious note, Di thanked the wonderful community for their ongoing support and gave the background of the Memory Book Workshop.
The South Coast Hospice team look forward to seeing more community members at their events throughout the year, which are essential to raise funds for their sustainability.