A hospice in Port Shepstone has received a welcome donation which they say will help keep their premises safe and secure. The new alarm system was donated to South Coast Hospice, located in Connor Street.
“The Hospice had some concerns with a faulty alarm system. They consulted with two of our technicians, Thulani Radebe and Sanele Sikhosana, and realised that the system would need to be replaced,” explains Rian Buys, district community development manager for KwaZulu-Natal at Fidelity ADT.
The Hospice is a non-profit organisation and depends heavily on donations and gifts from the South Coast public.
“We have been dealing with the South Coast Hospice for a number of years and have enjoyed an excellent relationship with their board members, management and team. We commend them for the generous and excellent service that they offer our community and honour them for their dedication. It was only natural for us to step in when we realised that they were having concerns with their alarm system,” says Buys.
The private security company donated a refurbished alarm system at no cost while also covering the costs involved for the installation thereof.
“The South Coast Hospice is truly grateful for the donation from Fidelity ADT. These are the kind of donations that makes a hug difference toward our organisation. It is critical that we look after the safety and security of our patients, staff and facilities. This alarm system will go a long way in doing so,” says Alf Gore from the South Coast Hospice.