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30Jan

Hospice Malta raise over €48,000

Hospice Malta raised around €48,000 from public donations during their annual church fundraiser organised over two weekends in Malta and Gozo. Hospice Malta is a local NGO that provides and promotes free palliative care for persons suffering from life-limiting illnesses. Maria Gatt, Chairperson at Hospice Malta thanks all those who contributed to collecting this sum. “We mostly rely on the donations of...

30Jan

The two Maltese Rotary Clubs join up to assist St Michael Hospice

The two Maltese Rotary Clubs, Rotary Club Malta and Rotary Club La Valette have joined forces to support Hospice Malta. Their donation will be put towards the establishment of St Michael Hospice, the first state-of-the-art complex in Malta dedicated entirely to providing comprehensive palliative care. “We Rotarians have agreed to provide the furnishings of the sixteen bedrooms at the new St...

18Dec

Hospice Malta receive a considerable donation from The Alfred Mizzi Foundation

Hospice Malta, a voluntary organisation offering its services free of charge, providing and promoting palliative care for those suffering from conditions such as cancer, motor-neuron disease, end-of-life cardiac, respiratory, renal and liver diseases, has just received a donation from The Alfred Mizzi Foundation. The donation will be put towards the establishment of St Michael Hospice, the first state-of-the-art complex in...

29Nov

Hospice Malta receives donation from Comlux Malta Ltd

Hospice Malta, a voluntary organisation that promotes and provides the highest standards of palliative care in a holistic manner to persons suffering from cancer, motor-neuron disease, end-of-life cardiac, respiratory, renal and liver disease, has just received a donation from the staff at Comlux Malta Ltd, an aviation company that provides services in fields of aircraft operations and charter management. The...

08Oct

Hospice Malta receives a €115K donation from Farsons and its affiliates

Donation to go towards St Michael Hospice the first state-of-the-art-Palliative Care Complex in Malta The Malta Hospice Movement, a voluntary organisation providing and promoting palliative care to persons suffering from cancer, motor-neuron disease, end-of-life cardiac, respiratory, renal and liver disease, has received a €115,000 donation from Farsons Foundation, Farrugia Investments and Multigas Limited. The donation, over a three-year period (2019-2021), will be...

29Sep

Church Hands Over Property to Hospice Malta

Work To Commence On Malta’s First State-of-the-art St Michael Hospice Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna formally handed over the Church premises known as Adelaide Cini Institute in St Venera to the Chairperson of Hospice Malta, Maria Gatt, for the establishment of St Michael Hospice, the first state-of-the-art complex to provide comprehensive palliative care. The ceremony was held on the feast of St Michael...

15Jul

The Concept Stadium appointed as Hospice Malta’s Marketing and PR consultancy agency

The Concept Stadium, a boutique marketing consultancy agency based in Malta, was recently appointed the official Marketing and PR consultants of Hospice Malta. This onboarding followed the assistance extended to Hospice with its nation-wide fundraiser to sustain the vast array of services provided to their patients and their families on the popular TV programme, Xarabank. Hospice Malta is a local...

09Jul

Glittering Dinner to Help Raise Funds for Hospice Malta

The Hospice Malta Annual Dinner, which will take place on the evening of July 27th at the Westin Dragonara: Reef Club and which is the annual fundraising dinner in aid of Hospice Malta will celebrate the difference that hospice care makes in the life of so many people with life limiting conditions and their families over the last 30 years....

27Jun

Music Sessions at Day Therapy Unit

A number of music sessions were held at Hospice Day Therapy Unit by Mr Stephen Mangion, sessions that have been thoroughly enjoyed by all. During the first session, a brief history of music was given from early Roman/Greek music,through Gregorian Chant, Polyphonic, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, the Modern period.  Each session started with a brief description followed by playing of excerpts from some of...

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