Daily news roundup – 4 August 2016

Categories: In The Media.

Volunteer success for Prospect Hospice

Swindon Advertiser
Volunteers and staff at Prospect Hospice were delighted to hear this week that the charity has achieved the prestigious Investing in Volunteers award.

Incredible response after St Richard’s Hospice break-in

Worcester News
In less than 24 hours, St Richard’s Hospice has received enough donations to replace thousands of pounds of gardening equipment.

Highland Hospice hoping to sell 19% stake in Inverness Caley Thistle

BBC News
The Highland Hospice was gifted half a million shares – a 19% holding worth hundreds of thousands of pounds – by an anonymous donor earlier this year.

Glasgow Lives: Majabeen, 49, Cessnock, Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice cultural liaison officer

Glasgow Live
In the most recent episode of Glasgow Lives, Majabeen expresses her passion for working for the Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice – a job which gives her strength and contentment.

Hospice celebrates decade of children’s counselling service

Basildon Recorder
St Luke’s Hospice in Basildon celebrated a decade of the children’s counselling service with a special event.

Rowcroft telephone appeal raises £5,500 for the hospice

Herald Express
Rowcroft Hospice transformed its Torquay premises into a call centre on Tuesday last night as part of its emergency fundraising efforts.

From across the ehospice editions:

International edition: JKT Research Project – palliative care leadership and management in Korea and Taiwan

South Africa edition: South Coast Hospice gains valuable knowledge from Island Hospice

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