Throughout the pandemic, The Rotary Club of Woking District has been very generous in showing their support to local charity Woking & Sam Beare Hospice and Wellbeing Care and have announced further funding for two key areas in the Hospice.
The club have provided new funds for both the Keyworker food at £1,000 for the months of February through to April as well as some much-needed AV equipment for both the Hospice Ward and the Community Nursing teams to the value of £3,293.
As restrictions begin to ease there will still be the ongoing need to manage meetings and training online with our stakeholders including patients, GP’s and local hospitals. The new AV equipment will significantly improve meeting effectiveness and in general how we continue to work alongside our NHS colleagues and our patients.
‘’We are so grateful for the addition of this equipment as well as the Club thinking of us again in such a practical way with their very generous donation of Keyworker food funding.’’ Marian Imrie, CEO Woking & Sam Beare Hospice Wellbeing and Care
Irene Holden, Joint President of Woking District Rotary Club added: “We can see the hospice’s clear need for this extra funding, and the clear benefits to clients that will result, so as a club we are trying to go the extra mile to do our bit. This has been made more difficult for us because we have had to curtail most of our fundraising activities this year, but members have also dug deep into their own pockets to help make the difference.”