Elmo Insurance Chairman, William Harding, says the company has always had community values at its core that inspire giving back to help those most in need.
Commenting in light of a donation by the insurance company to Hospice Malta’s new St Michael Hospice – a second palliative care centre – Mr Harding says “We were motivated by the St Michael Hospice project, a first for Malta, and felt we had to contribute knowing fully that the number of families who require Hospice support is unfortunately on the increase year on year.”
“As a company, we are looking into how we can continue to support NGO Hospice Malta, and we encourage others to do the same and help in any way they can.”
Hospice Malta provides free of charge palliative care services across Malta and Gozo to patients suffering life limiting conditions due to serious illness, as well as support to the patients’ families.
The new building, St Michael Hospice, will become the main premises for Hospice Malta and is expected to help further enhance the already established palliative community services provided by Hospice since 1989.
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