During the presentation at the Authority’s Boardroom on the Carenage, Husbands said “for persons living with kidney disease, any form of assistance often represents a gift of life”.
“NAWASA is happy to be able to provide this contribution, which will further assist the foundation in improving the health care currently available to persons suffering from kidney related illnesses”, he remarked.
According to Husbands, kidney disease is not location specific and the donation made “provides an opportunity where we can touch lives beyond our main function of providing an essential service, to impact positively (on) the wider community through contributions such as this”.
The cheque was accepted by Treasurer of the foundation, Heather Sylvester who expressed gratitude on behalf of the Kidney Foundation.
She pointed out that support like that from NAWASA makes life more comfortable for a patient each day.
“We thank you for recognising the work of the Grenada Patient Kidney Foundation and look forward to your continued support”. Sylvester told Husbands.