St Giles receives timely donation from Ram Krishna Mission and Vedanta Trust, coordinated by WESTPAC

St Giles receives timely donation from Ram Krishna Mission and Vedanta Trust, coordinated by WESTPAC

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 14/09/2023
[Photo: Ministry of Health]

Services provided at the Saint Giles Hospital are expected to be boosted after the Ram Krishna Mission and Vedanta Trust donated 100 linen sets and 50 pillowcases to the hospital, and this was coordinated with Westpac.

The Health Ministry says these donations have made a significant and positive impact on their ability to provide quality healthcare services to their patients.

They say their selfless act of kindness not only provides comfort to their patients, but also symbolises the power of collaboration and philanthropy in making our society a better place.

The Ministry says the donation will not only enhance the overall comfort of our patients during their stay at St. Giles Hospital but also contribute to maintaining a hygienic and welcoming environment.

They add clean and comfortable linens are essential for the well-being and recovery of their patients and these donations have filled a critical need within their facility.

They have also extended their deepest appreciation to the Ram Krishna Mission and Vedanta Trust, as well as Westpac, for their invaluable support.

The Health Ministry says their generosity and compassion are a shining example for all, and it is through the kindness and dedication of organizations like this they can continue their mission to provide excellent healthcare services to those in need.

It says their donation will positively impact the lives of countless individuals and families, and they are truly grateful for their unwavering support and look forward to a continued partnership in their shared commitment to the well-being of our community.

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