Voices for Hospice Concert: 6 October 2019
‘Voices for Hospice’ is a one of a kind concert, an afternoon filled with musical magic to support a very special cause – the extraordinary work that hospices and their dedicated staff and volunteers perform. ‘Voices for Hospice’ concerts are held every two years in October, as close as possible to World Hospice and Palliative Care Day.
These concerts are held by various hospices around the globe to commemorate ‘World Hospice and Palliative Care Day’, which this year is celebrated on Saturday, 12th of October 2019. This significant, unified day is a day of action during which communities all rejoice in and promote the valued services that Hospices provide. It is traditionally held on the second Saturday of October each year and this year’s public message is: Palliative Care: it’s “My Care, My Right.”
Helderberg Hospice will be hosting their ‘Voices for Hospice’ concert at the United Church Somerset West, on Sunday, 6 October 2019 at 3pm.
Concert-goers can look forward to a musical potpourri, offering an enjoyable variety of popular and classical music, convened by the talented Anita Glenister - this celebration of life is not to be missed! A splendid tea with delicious eats is included in the ticket price of only R95. Tickets are available from Helderberg Hospice (21 Old Stellenbosch Road) or the Helderberg Hospice shops in Somerset West and Strand.
At Helderberg Hospice we are celebrating ‘World Hospice and Palliative Care Day’ for one week, starting with the ‘Voices Concert’ on the 6th of October and ending off the celebrations with our ‘Open Gardens Helderberg Festival’, held on the 12-13th of October 2019.
Join us in raising awareness and improving understanding of the medical, social, practical and spiritual needs of people who are living with a life-limiting illness. Your support helps us to raise the funds needed to sustain the special care that we provide to our patients and their families.
For more information, please contact Natashja at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 021 852 4608 or 076 062 5855