Through the grace of God and the kind donations from caring citizens and companies, we are able to provide our services to over 5000 people.

Servicing the Community since 1969

Since 21 January 1969, the Tygerberg Service Centre has distributed more than 1,3 million meals. Line up these containers, filled with warm, balanced meals, and you would have a food chain stretching from Cape Town to Johannesburg, and back to Three Sisters! Our main goal is to keep the elderly active in their communities for as long as possible and to address poverty in the community through sustainable feeding schemes and other services.

A Donation Plea

The Tygerberg Service centre and Meals on Wheels need your help! Our kombi was badly damaged by a fire, and has been written off. We cannot continue to deliver our much needed services with only one vehicle and the insurance money received will not cover the purchase of a new vehicle. To date we have distributed 71 139 meals this year, and we don’t intend to slow down. If you or someone you know might be able to make a donation to help us replace our vehicle, please contact us.

CHERRY ON TOP

It was pouring with rain this morning but our seniors were adamant to go on this outing. They were pleasantly surprised the morning at Cherry on Top with all the wonderful eats and beautiful...

CRAFTING

Crafting day is always special at Tygerberg Service Centre as we try to make this special every time. Our class attendance for the day was Maureen Walters, Daphne Arendse, Hillary Figuera, Rina...

KENRIDGE SOP & BROOD

This was a definite highlight in the month of July 2019. Everyone enjoyed this fun-filled day spend at Kenridge NG Church. The ladies have prepared an amazing spread of bread, rolls and soups of all...

SPECIAL KNITTING PROGRAM PAROW SDA LADIES

Parow SDA church ladies joined hands with our seniors and knitted the most beautiful scarfs which were handed over to Voor-Groenberg Primary School in Wellington on the 24th of July 2019. The...

STORIES IN A SUITCASE

Boesman van Zyl, man of many faces. What an unforgettable day. This man is like a chameleon on a multi colored cloth. He sang songs and also told stories from his childhood. One moment you think you...

BAKUBA RESTAURANT

This morning it was extremely cold and rain was pouring down. Big was our surprise when we received phone calls from our seniors to remind us to pick them up. They did not want to stay at home like...

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