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17:35

Local

Final push under way to help Cudeca reach its festive fundraising target and pay for a home care team

A. PÉREZ-BRYAN / N.HESKETH

The Costa del Sol's cancer support and hospice care charity, Cudeca, has said it is close to meeting its Christmas and New Year appeal target and is making one final push to achieve its fundraising goal. Cudeca, based in Benalmádena but providing ... support across Malaga province, aims to fund a home visit team for one year. Fundraising was severely affected in 2020 as the popular chain of Cudeca charity shops was closed a lot of the time and many events to raise money had to be cancelled. In ... November, Cudeca set out to raise 185,000 euros to pay for one home care team for one year to help people with a terminal diagnosis receive treatment and support in the comfort and security of the familiar surroundings of their home. Cudeca announced on

13:16

Local

Local community gets behind the Cudeca Sunflower Effect appeal

Tony Bryant

Benalmádena. Members of the La Cala Golf Resort presented 2,000 euros to Cudeca last week after holding a series of fundraising events to support the charity’s current Sunflower Effect appeal. The cheque was presented to Susan Hannam by Vice ... Captain Peter Bradley, who said, “At a time where Cudeca is going through so many losses, we wanted to keep on helping with anything we could. This is why we are presenting this money today, which is not as much as we usually raise for the charity, but we ... are happy that we can help the campaign”. To boost the appeal further, Cudeca accepted another donation of 1,000 euros which was raised during last month’s Mistique Charity Fashion Show in Mijas. The show featured the new autumn and winter collection

13:14

Local

Cudeca's fundraising campaign continues to gather pace

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

The Cudeca hospice's campaign to raise the 185,000 euros needed to finance a home care team for a year reached 85,000 euros last week. With the ambitious objective of raising the full total by 6 January, the foundation stepped up its campaign by ... stopping off at the Diputación provincial authority HQ in Malaga on Wednesday to stress the importance of its work. There are various ways to contribute, with the easiest being through Cudeca's specialist platform www.sunflowereffect.org.

16:24

Local

'Cudeca is based on the community and people have been very supportive this year'

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Foundation is appealing to the public to support its latest online campaign to raise the 185,000 euros needed to finance a home-care team. Under the banner of Join the Sunflower Effect, the cancer charity is hoping to raise the funds by ... organisations and, since March, Cudeca has seen a major decline in income due to the forced closure of its charity shops and the cancellation of all fundraising events. SUR in English speaks to Vice President Susan Hannam about the problems faced by the ... charity and its plans to overcome the situation. How has Cudeca coped throughout the pandemic? The main problem has been the income. We have been very badly hit because we had to close all our shops for two months. Another problem was storing all the

13:40

Local

Cudeca appeals for funds to continue its home care programme

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

Not everything is about Covid, as can be seen from the statistics which were recently presented by the Cudeca Foundation: in the past five years its provision of palliative care for cancer patients in the province has doubled, and there has been a ... patients in the final stages of their lives. Since March, Cudeca has seen a major drop in income and the forced closure of its charity shops means it has lost 600,000 euros which were essential for it to continue its work. At the same time, the number ... visits each day "and providing the medical care and psychological and social support the patients and their families need," explained the president and manager of Cudeca, Ricardo Urdiales, and Dr Marisa Martín at the official presentation of the campaign.

14:38

What to do

Zarzuela and opera in aid of Cudeca

Tony Bryant

Lovers of opera music will enjoy the annual Lyrical Concert for Cudeca which will take place at the Teatro Ciudad de Marbella on Friday 27 November at 9pm. The fundraising event will present a repertoire of Spanish zarzuela and opera, performed by

11:48

Local

"Everything has changed since the coronavirus pandemic struck"

Tony Bryant

Katie O'Neill came to live on the Costa del Sol 15 years ago. She soon discovered the Cudeca Foundation and began working as a volunteer. Today, Katie is the coordinator of Cudeca's 23 shops and outlets and, as she explains to SUR in English, she is ... now spearheading a campaign to enlist the help of new volunteers to get the outlets back on track after the devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. How did you become involved with Cudeca? I asked at school if there were any charity shops ... where I could donate some of my children's clothes and someone told me about Cudeca. This is when I first discovered Cudeca, and seeing as the children were in school, I had time to offer my services. HER WORDS SHOPS "Our staff are all given training

13:57

Local

'At Cudeca we hope to end the year without closing any service, but next year could be different'

ANA PÉREZ-BRYAN

The name Cudeca means 'Cuidados del cancer' (Cancer Care), and the charity has been true to its name for nearly thirty years now. Through her work, chief executive and medical director Marisa Martín Roselló, has seen the effects of suffering and ... shops - have been seriously affected, and after several healthy years there is now a deficit of around two million euros. Cudeca looked after 1,500 patients and relatives in 2019 and hundreds more this year. Dr Martín Roselló doesn't hide her concern: ... community that supports us. In fact, our main source of income is from the 23 Cudeca charity shops, which are manned by 900 volunteers. They had to close completely during the lockdown, but now that we are trying to get back to normal many of our volunteers

15:48

Local

Cudeca charity shops in need of volunteers

SUR in ENglish

Cudeca will reopen the majority of its shops across Malaga province on Monday but with many volunteers in the high-risk group, the charity is looking for between 20 and 30 people willing to lend a hand for three to four hours a week. Volunteers ... can work morning or afternoon and will be required to receive donations, classify them, help customers, sell items, decorate the shop and spread awareness about the Cudeca hospice and the special care it provides. Those interested in becoming a ... volunteer should either send an email to voluntariado@cudeca.org or call 671 048 304. Thirteen of the organisation's 23 shops will open in the mornings from Monday 25 May, following all the measures recommended by the Ministry of Health in terms of

20:19

What to do

Cudeca turns its Walkathon into Walkahome

Tony Bryant

The Cudeca Foundation is following suit with other charities and support groups by endeavouring to continue its fundraising events online. The cancer charity was due to host the annual Walkathon later this month, but due to the restrictions ... enforced to combat the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), the fundraising event will now take place online. As part of its #CaringTogether campaign, Cudeca will hold the event, which this year is called Walkahome, on Saturday 9 May between 10am ... swimming, for those who have their own pool. Participants are encouraged to post photographs and videos of their activities on social networks with the hashtag #CudecaWalkahome #Cudeca. To coincide with the event, Cudeca will broadcast different