Thursday 01 June 2023

Farsons Foundation, Farrugia Investments and Multigas Limited present donation to Hospice Malta

Farsons Foundation, Farrugia Investments and Multigas Limited recently presented the third instalment of their €115K donation to Hospice Malta.
The payment was presented by Louis A. Farrugia, Chairperson of the Farsons Group, to Bernadette Bonnici Kind, Chairperson of Hospice Malta, in the presence of Kenneth Delia, Chief Executive Officer of Hospice Malta, Antoinette Caruana, Farsons Group Company Secretary and Melinda Farrugia, HR Manager at Multigas and Kenneth Pullicino, General Manager at Farrugia Investments Limited.
Bernardette Bonnici Kind thanked the Farsons Foundation, Multigas Ltd and Farrugia Investments for their valuable support, stating that, ‘this donation will be put towards the completion of St Michael Hospice, the first complex in Malta’. She also made an appeal to other organisations and to the general public to support this project saying, ‘the scale of this complex will allow us to further expand our reach and services provided to all the families who need Hospice support’.
“It is with great enthusiasm that we continue to support Hospice Malta helping to make this project a reality. St Michael Hospice will make a big difference for patients and their families, and it will further enhance the already established palliative community services provided by Hospice for the past 32 years. We believe that Hospice plays an important part in the chain of support for people living with serious illnesses, as well as their relatives,” said Mr Louis A. Farrugia during the presentation.
About Hospice Malta: Hospice Malta, is a registered NGO, providing palliative care services to patients and their families. Each year, Hospice provides its services to approximately 1,300 families through its multidisciplinary team of professionals as well as with the support of volunteers. Palliative care focuses on improving the quality of life of patients and their loved ones and at present is provided to patients suffering from cancer, motor-neuron disease and other life limiting illnesses. The new premises, St Michael Hospice Complex will be the first state-of-the-art complex in Malta dedicated entirely to providing comprehensive palliative care. Through this complex, Hospice Malta will provide in-patient services complementing its present community and day therapy services which will also be expanded further. St Michael Hospice will also enhance its educational wing which will open opportunities to exchange expertise with other hospices abroad.
For more information about St Michael Hospice, visit If you are interested in supporting this project contact Hospice Malta on 21440085 or on

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