Presentation of certificates to show appreciation for our work in the community
New centre for the Alex Hospice Rehab Clinic
Michael, store manager of Shoprite in Alexandra with some of the staff members and hospice volunteers. On this day they donated a cake and easter eggs for the patients. They contribute in kind monthly to the Hospice and Rehabilitation Centre.
Nurses having a meeting
Mandela Day 2012
Members of the Alexandra Police Station interacted with the youth. They encouraged them to report all the informalities that occur in their lives, be it school, home, to friends etc
Evangelist from the Methodist Church in Alexandra, he is mandated by the church to work hand in hand with the hospice. He is always available to offer spiritual upliftment and prayers and at all the functions that are held by the organisation.
One of the ex-patients who had been admitted for rehabilitation, his condition improved and he returned to work. He takes time off from work to attend prayer days and hospice days and he motivates others that he is the living testimony that if you take your chronic medication as prescribed by the doctor, abstain from toxic substances and live a positive life style, you will have a good quality of life and live longer.
CANDLELIGHT DAY 2009 (1)
Heritage Day 2012
Various high school children offered to spend the day at the hospice entertained by dancing the famous “Sarafina Dance”
Grundfos donated new hospital beds which were shipped from the UK in 2009.
Mandela Day 2012(2)
Above is a photo of some of our community members who come every Tuesday to cook lunch for the patients as a way of giving back to the community.
The Office building
The Spirit of Community
Mammoet in Bramley View donated this combi in 2012.
Caregivers from one of the home based care organisations who were invited to the hospice day. They entertained the congregation with soulful music. These home based care organisations refer a lot of patients to the hospice.
World Aids Day
Mandela Day 2011
The Leap School of Science and Maths in Limbro Park has formed a partnership with the hospice for the students to do community service at the Hospice and Rehabilitation Centre. The students clean, fundraise for the lunch or dinner that they will be serving to the patients, gardening, play mind stimulating games, read and provide entertainment by singing for all the patients. These activities are carried out once quarterly and gives much hope and determination to the patients to get better and return home to their families.
The whole idea is to raise a nation of caring citizens by making them aware of the realities of life (especially the impact of HIV/AIDS, a scourger which is ravaging the nation through ignorance), so that they live a positive life. They are also being groomed to become responsible future leaders who will give back to their communities.
Members of the Rivers Foundation Church in Sandton – building plant boxes and planting flowers and trees in the centre’s courtyard.
The Development Bank of Southern Africa ‘DBSA’ donated this much needed bakkie.
Our staff and volunteers
Members of the Rivers Foundation Church in Sandton
Members of the community, community leaders, healthcare officials, hospice board members, other organisations etc, at the celebration of the hospice day 2012