Wanaka BNI Donates New Laptop for Local Care Coordinator

Posted Wednesday September 4, 2019
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The Wanaka BNI group generously donated a laptop to Otago Community Hospice for its new Care Coordinator, Angela Thomas who in August moved to Wanaka from Dunedin to take up the position.

The BNI Wanaka president Randall Dobbs said the growing BNI group was happy to be able to help the local Hospice service out with the laptop for Angela.

Otago Community Hospice CEO Ginny Green says the Hospice is incredibly lucky having the constant support of Otago's BNI chapters.

"It's wonderful for Angela to both have this laptop, but also know that the Wanaka BNI chapter - with all their connections in that town - are there for her if she needs any support. We are continually amazed by the BNI's ability to fundraise and support our Hospice teams."

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