We have presented our Home Care Team´s car kindly sponsored by the Age Care Association at our premises in Arroyo de la Miel (Benalmádena).
At the presentation and on behalf of Age Care Association, Sydney Weldon, President; Tony White, Vice President; and Bobby Griffiths, Publicity Officer, were present; on our behalf, José Manuel Lapeira, Nursing Supervisor; Rafael Gómez, Assistential Manager; Rafael Olalla, Deputy Chief Executive and Financial Director, together with Joan Hunt, Founder and Honorary President welcomed the three representatives from Age Care.
Sydney Weldon declared to Joan Hunt how honoured he felt for Age Care had been able to put together this sponsorship and helping CUDECA to continue caring for more people in need in the province of Malaga. Simultaneously, Joan Hunt stated with enthusiasm: “It is always such a pleasure to receive the help of great supporters as Age Care and we will always be there for them”.
This sponsorship will help our Home Care Programme for many years.
A Cudeca Home Care Team may drive up to 20.000 km. each year, visiting an average of 200-250 patients and families. The teams will care for approximately 1,400 patients and families throughout all of Málaga Province. This makes a donation like this in the form of a sponsorship highly appreciated by us.
We wish to give special thanks to the Age Care Association for their trust and commitment to palliative care as support and permanent donation throughout the years.
AGE CARE ASSOCIATION offers help, support, information and advice. Their ultimate objective is to give support in a wide variety of ways to the older English speaking community from Benalmadena to Calahonda and beyond. They are a fully registered, non- profit making organisation staffed entirely by volunteers. The majority of their work is helping older British people living in the Province of Malaga, but they do not exclude other nationalities that speak English. The Charity was founded in 2001 and from humble beginnings when a group of volunteers got together to support and help older people who needed help and support raising money by holding charitable events. Since then has gone from strength to strength, opening a Charity Shop to raise funds and with many more volunteers and now we are able to offer more welfare support, information, practical and medical support.