Helma Swinkels

Pot Luck Ceramics donates $20K to Ty Watson House Hospice

Pot Luck Ceramics in Port Alberni also donated $5K from its profits to Better At Home seniors' program.

Pot Luck Ceramics has donated $20,000 to the Ty Watson House Hospice in Port Alberni. The money comes from part of the profits for this unique non-profit organization.

New this year is an additional $5,000 donation to Better at Home, a new seniors service that launched this week in the Alberni Valley.

Pot Luck Ceramics has made $60,000 in community donations, the bulk of those to the hospice, since 2012.

Pot Luck Ceramics is located at 4011 Cowley Rd., Port Alberni.

(*Note: An article in the April 17, 2014 print edition of the Alberni Valley News incorrectly stated the total amount donated to Ty Watson House in 2014. The error has been corrected in this online edition)

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