Amongst the many services we deliver, we also arrange activities for the center members. Pictured above is one of the flower-arranging activities run by the center.
Volunteers assist the elderly at home, as the need arises. The members of the centre
are also encouraged to assist one another with basic chores, such as collecting
medication from the chemist or doing shopping and laundry.
Volunteers assist us in managing the feeding schemes in disadvantaged communities.
Through these schemes we aim to tackle the growing problem of poverty by providing
balanced meals and clothing donated by the public.
One of our main aims is to keep the elderly active in the community. We transport
them to and from the centre, so that they can interact with others and take part
in daily programmes. Transport is also provided to and from Hospitals, clinics and
shopping centres, on day trips and other outings.
These outreach projects keep the elderly involved in the community, helps to address
poverty, involves the public and makes them part of our welfare projects. Some of
our projects include an AIDS programme in Philippi and support of shelters for battered
women and children. Seeing the desperate needs of others allows our members, and
the public, to look away from their own problems, and to focus on helping others
This service is dependant on the work of our volunteers, who make sure that food
is delivered to the doors of the housebound elderly. There is an important link
between the centre, the volunteers and the public, who keep us informed of the needs
in the community.
Through the grace of God and the kind donations from caring citizens and companies,
we are able to offer our services to over 5000 people. Help us to provide these
services to the community by donating to this worthy cause. We would kindly accept
all forms of assistance from financial contributions to goods (clothes, groceries,
furniture, etc.), voluntary work, or sponsorships.
Knitting dolls for children is a small gesture that makes a big difference. Our members really enjoyed this project and will keep praying for every child that receives one of the dolls we knitted.
We took 39 of our members on a scenic drive which ended with breakfast at The Palms in Brackenfell. Thanks to the staff for the warm reception and everyone who made this outing possible!
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