Remembering Elaine Steabler – South Coast Herald

Sunwich Port animal rights activist Elaine Steabler, who lately died after a short sickness bravely endured, might be missed by many, significantly those that labored together with her to assist animals in want.

Elaine lived in Paris and London for a time, working on the London Opera Home earlier than returning to South Africa.

When she first moved to the coast in 2008, she noticed the necessity to rescue, sterilize and relocate the animals.

Initially, he labored beneath the auspices of the Durban Animal Anti Cruelty League, however later based a non-profit group, Hibiscus Animal Welfare (HAW).

Over time he has labored tirelessly to deal with deserted and abused animals.

Elaine Steabler lately handed away.

In June 2009, Corrine Saunders opened the unique Spillers Charity Store, primarily to supply funds for HAW.

The viewers has been supportive from day one, offering an infinite stream of excellent high quality merchandise to promote.

There was additionally a implausible group of “Spillers women” who volunteered within the store.

It was a time of arduous work, combined with enjoyable, laughter and the occasional heartache.

In 2020, after 11 fantastic years on the Spiller’s Charity Store, the volunteer workforce handed over the baton to Penny Taylor of Concord Hill.

Elaine had a ardour for animal welfare and by no means missed a possibility to assist one in all God’s creatures.


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