Tea to celebrate £92K fundraising total
Cabaret trio Cheri Treiffel stopped off at Kilbryde Hospice for afternoon tea to celebrate their latest fundraising total.
Mark Swift, along with Robert Miller and wife May, have raised a staggering £92,000 for the hospice over the years.
And they have now selected them as the main beneficiary for their annual‘Gay Ball’ on January 29, 2018.
May told the News this week:“We are delighted with the total raised for Kilbryde Hospice.
“We are all very passionate about the cause, and hope to raise even more for the hospice at our next event!”
Kilbryde Hospice fundraising manager Lesley Wiggins said:“It is such a pleasure to work with Mark, May and Robert.
“And we are overwhelmed by the amount they have raised for our small charity. The £92,000 will make a huge difference to Kilbryde Hospice and we are so grateful for their support and dedication.”
Kilbryde Hospice provides care and support to people in Lanarkshire with life-limiting illnesses and extends this support to their carers and loved ones as well.
For further information, contact Kilbryde Hospice on (01355) 202020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheque this out May Miller, Robert Miller and Marc Swift alongside Kilbryde Hospice chief executive Gordon McHugh