Row Row Row for Charity! Retired Army Major Rows His Tiny Boat Dubbed ‘Tintanic To Benefit Hospice! – Triathlon Training Program

A retired army major is being praised Major Michael Stanley, who is 80 years old and is currently running a hundred-mile row to support the St. Wilfred Hospice, local hospice care and the end-of-life care program in Chichester, West Sussex. These charity efforts highlight all different ways that people are able to assist other in raising awareness and funds. This work on charity shows how charitable giving can be fun and performed on your own terms.

The simplest of actions such as walking or rowing short distances have raised a lot of money. It not only raises money, but it also helps draw attention to the cause.

The research may raise issues like, does hospice offer the palliative treatment? Is palliative care covered by insurance? Do you know if Medicaid insured for palliative therapy? Does palliative therapy also qualify as curative treatment?

There is a lot of publicity and support occurring because of the actions of these groups can ensure that major issues are revealed and allow for one or two of them resolved. udulbobr4m.

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