Memorial Homes offers accommodation and holistic care services to 350 mostly needy, elderly people with age related conditions and 40 abandoned children severely affected with cerebral palsy. We offer a lifeline to needy pensioners, however, their contribution only partially covers their actual costs of being accommodated at facilities, resulting in many of the residents being subsidized
Some of the common fears of the aged are: loneliness and isolation, the inability to manage their own activities of daily living, loss of independence, declining health, running out of money and strangers caring for them. these fears and responds by providing more for its residents than four walls, running water and a meal. For those with disabilities and those in their golden years, it provides a sense of security, of community and most importantly – a loving and caring environment to call Home
Donations of any amount are received with gratitude – every rand makes a difference and will be put to good use to ensure older people get the care they need.
Have you ever thought of asking friends and family to donate.
) Helping the elderly in your own neighborhood. Give them some time, visit them regularly, help them run some errands, etc. 2) Invest your time at old age homes; there are various government and private run old age homes where you can give your precious company to the elder residents
so i raise fund every year to help support the grannies and grandpas with some needed essentials example
food warm clothes shoes and R250 spending to spoil i visit 4 homes a year with old people struggling really bad.
and with covid i won't be able to do this on my own and reaching out to the community for help.
please think of the lonely people that doesnt have family in a home.
help me make a difference in someone's life this year winter is around the corner.