Workathon raises over $11,000

Executive director Jane DiGiacomo is thrilled they were able to hit fundraising goal.

“What a sparkly day!”

Nelson Hospice Society’s executive director Jane DiGiacomo couldn’t be more thrilled that this year’s Work-a-thon hit its fundraising goal, raising $11,461.50.

“It felt so good to bring all the hard-working people who made this event happen under one roof and then send them out into the bright sunshine to help our community!”

“Plus, we engaged 32 volunteers, and performed yard work for 16 clients!”

Planning for next year’s event is already underway.

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