2000 euros for fresh fruit in the hospice
With a lection at Martin Luther's hospital, also an enterprise of the PGD Internationally, best-seller author and supporter of the German crime price, Elisabeth Herrmann, has collected 2000 euros for a charitable purpose. The money supports the work of our hospice. In the sold off hall of the event centre she presented some of the climaxes of her new novel "Der Schneegänger" wich is all around the stubborn sergeant Sanela Beara, who is searching a child-murderer undercover and is dragged into a suction of hatred, avarice and disdain.
The whole proceed of the evening for entrance, donations and the sale of the books, who where donated by the publisher Goldmann is benefit by full to the hospice Paul Gerhardt Diakonie which is located at the clinic area. Seasonal fresh fruit baskets will be financed to the inhabitants of the hospice. Elisabeth Herrmann: „For me it is a heartfelt wish to do to support the work of the hospice. I inspect this building and I am deeply impressed by the ambience and also the engagement of the employees.“ The proud donation sum at the end of the evening was about 2000 euros. „With that we have the fruit supply for nearly two years“, said Andrea Chuks, the leader of the hospice was gladly.