Recently, ina kober-naumann, in her capacity as deputy chairwoman of the koinor-horst-muller foundation, presented the hospice association of lichtenfels with a donation of 2,500 euros to support the diverse work of the hospice association, which now has 207 members. She made it clear that it is a concern of the foundation to support social projects and people in need in the region.
For this generous donation, the chairwoman of the hospice association, evelyn kondruss, the two board members inge atzpodien and pastor sabine schmid-hagen, and the two full-time coordinators sabine schramm and monika porzelt expressed their heartfelt thanks to ina kober-naumann. The main focus of hospice work is the support of the seriously ill and dying, as well as counseling and grief counseling for their relatives, evelyn kondruss emphasized.
For this purpose, people are always needed who make themselves available for this voluntary activity. There are currently 36 hospice workers, 32 of them women and four men. The money is mainly needed for training and further education measures. In the spring, training courses are planned in acupressure for palliative care, support for the seriously ill and dying in care for the disabled, and ethics counseling. Thi