Local community gets behind the Cudeca Sunflower Effect appeal

Peter Bradley (l) and Susan Hannam (2l) at the presentation.
Peter Bradley (l) and Susan Hannam (2l) at the presentation. / SUR
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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 of local designer Christina Stiksma.

Cudeca spokesperson Esther Ráez said, “This crisis has hit us hard, but thanks to the community, we can continue caring for more people who need us."