Air Malta staff donate €930 to Hospice Malta

Air Malta employees collect funds for Hospice Malta campaign aimed at educating schoolchildren

Hospice Malta provides free of charge palliative care to people suffering from cancer, motor neurone diseases and other terminal illnesses.
Hospice Malta provides free of charge palliative care to people suffering from cancer, motor neurone diseases and other terminal illnesses.

Air Malta staff donated €930 to Hospice Malta’s ‘Growing Kit’ campaign that encourages schoolchildren to grow sunflowers in public locations.

The sunflower is the logo of Hospice Malta, a symbol for patients in need surrounded by their carers. The aim of this campaign is to educate schoolchildren how to care for each other in order to support each other’s lives.

“We are extremely empowered by the response we received from the growing kit campaign,” General Manager of Hospice Malta, Kenneth Delia, said.

Hospice Malta provides free of charge palliative care to people suffering from cancer, motor neurone diseases and other terminal illnesses.

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