Volunteers colouring the world with compassion

Volunteers colouring the world with compassion

Volunteering is the art of making a difference through the canvas of kindness, colouring the world with compassion, one selfless act at a time.
During the celebration of International Volunteers Week, we seized the chance to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the dedicated volunteers who selflessly offer their valuable time to support the elderly at the HSFA. It’s a genuine blessing to have so many compassionate souls within our community. Your kindness and unwavering commitment are deeply appreciated. To mark the occasion, we gathered for a delightful festive lunch together. Also thank you GERATEC for a wonderful spread of deliciousness
HSFA’s Garden Village Rotary Treat

HSFA’s Garden Village Rotary Treat

The Somerset West community really ‘came to the party’ to support our HSFA Garden Village seniors! A big thank you Rotary Club of Somerset West for sponsoring the delicious Christmas meal beautifully prepared and presented by GERATEC. Also thank you to Beaumont Primary School and the team of donors from “Oldies for Oldies” for donating the presents which were gratefully received by the seniors of Garden Village. Thank you Shireen, Rika, Carmelee, Noleen, Nellie Adri and team for the continued dedication to the wellbeing of this special HSFA community.

Oldies of Oldies

Oldies of Oldies

“I have found that among its other benefits, giving liberates the soul of the giver. “ Maya Angelou
Thank you to the kind group of givers in Somerset West, who name themselves “Oldies for Oldies” who made fabulous gift hampers for our residents. This will benefit those without access to family support over this festive season. The gifts are being gratefully received at the respective Christmas parties of the HSFA units. Thank you to Cathy Van Vollenstee, Pauline Constable, Lorraine Brecher and all the Busy Babies Parents and Gogos!!!
Cross Generational Smiles and Flowers

Cross Generational Smiles and Flowers

Spending quality time with different generations is a win-win! 🌟 Young and old, coming together brings so much happiness. Kids’ energy is contagious and can uplift seniors’ spirits. Studies even prove that bridging generations boosts confidence, communication, and memory! But it’s not a one-way street! Children also gain from these bonds. Some might not have grandparents, and connecting with elders in the community has tons of perks. Seniors share wisdom and enhance academic skills. Plus, their patience and listening skills are top-notch. They truly give kids their undivided attention, something parents and teachers know is priceless! Below are some more photos from Beaumont Primary School grade 0’s who visited our Assisted Living residents from HSFA’s Robari Lodge and Silver Oaks Lodge and brought flowers, singing and happiness to our wise ones! #GenerationsTogether #WisdomSharing #CommunityLove”

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