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Dancers take hands with Hospice Rustenburg. On 29 June 2017 dancers from different dance studios in Rustenburg came together for auditions to be part of the ‘HEARTBEATS for HOSPICE “dance team. This team will work together with Hospice to raise funds for Hospice Rustenburg. All dancers were very excited to be part of this new project.
On 11 July 2017 some team members visited the Hospice Rustenburg Offices where they attended a presentation given by one of the Hospice Caregivers. Hospice General Manager also addressed the kids and answered any questions that they had.
What some of the dancers had to say.
Why do you want to be part of the Heartbeats Team?
Size: I want to help people in need; my dream has always been to change people’s lives. Being part of the Heart Beats team gives me this opportunity. Antoinette (Living Arts Dance & Acro Club) has set an example to us by giving back to the community.
Faith: Hospice helps sick people spiritually and emotionally by uplifting spirits. Inspiring joy and feeding to those who are without is an amazing contribution.
Izante: I’m happy to be on the Heartbeats team where I can use my talent to help others.
Chane: It would be such an honour to help in the lives of little children and sick people, even in the smallest way.
Chanelle: Hospice helped my grandfather last year after he suffered a stroke. Sister Daphne and sister Topsy even came out to our house at 2 o clock in the morning to help him with medication and oxygen. I would love to give back to Hospice for the love and kindness they showed to my family.
How did you first hear about Hospice?
Danique: Our school had a project where we filled bags with clothes and books. Today I learnt a lot more about Hospice and what they do to help people and I can’t wait to make a difference in the lives of sick and needy people.
Ami & Mia: Our great aunt is very sick and we are so happy to think there is an angel like Ntombi that would care for her is she needed help. .Hospice cares for everyone.
What did you learn today?
Jennifer: The caregiver Ntombi encouraged us to be the best person we can be and try to make an impact in the world….Ntombi is an angel.