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January 28, 2014
MCMH receives relief package from Church of God of Prophecy

The Milton Cato Memorial Hospital continues to receive donations of post disaster relief supplies.{{more}}

Last Thursday, Henry Davy, administrative assistant at the Church of God of Prophecy in St Vincent and the Grenadines, accompanied by youth director Jacqueline Samuel, handed over a package of supplies to the hospital.

Davy said the donation was small when compared to other contributions, but was by no means the last that the institution would be receiving from their churches.

“We do hope from the bottom of our hearts that these things could go a very long way in assisting the needs of the hospital,” he said.

The package, which included toiletries, cleaning agents, foodstuff and disposable diapers, was considered a timely gesture by hospital administration staff member Andrew Williams, who received the items on behalf of the institution.

“On behalf of the hospital administrator and staff of the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, I would like to say thank you to the members of the Church of God of Prophecy…. We would ensure that the donations would be put to good use and that they are being used by the patients,” Williams pointed out.

He said that the donated items would be used in the paediatric ward, the kitchen, as well as the hospital’s laundry.

Samuel said more donations would be made to the hospital and other institutions, as part of the church’s relief and rebuilding assistance.