Phenomenal women at the HSFA

Phenomenal women at the HSFA

The phenomenal women of Independent Living (both staff and residents) kindly donated gifts to those living in our HSFA Frail Care (some on subsidies and/or no family support). Woman’s month ended with a fun tea at Vonke House with some guest speakers!
On Woman’s day earlier in the month both the Assisted Living and Frail Care units enjoyed a delicious lunch prepared by GERATEC to be reminded of just special women are! Thank you all!
Senior Santa Spoils the HSFA

Senior Santa Spoils the HSFA

What festive treats the HSFA Garden Village residents received! The caring organisation Senior Santa Shoebox has been collecting donated gifts for months to hand out to some of the units of the HSFA. All the residents of Garden village received a large bag full of toiletries, sweets, food and gifts. The morning was completed with carol singing, snacking and laughter! Thank you, Angela from Senior Santa, as well as all the donors. #seniorsantashoebox Should YOU wish to donate to the HSFA and perhaps support a Garden Village resident – please visit HSFA’s online shop SHOP FOR US where you can support a Garden Village resident for a year!! Click here. https://hsfa.org.za/shop/

HSFA Charity Shop

HSFA Charity Shop

The HSFA Charity Shop is open to the public every Friday from 9am – 2pm excluding public holidays. Clothes, books, furniture, kitchen items and more for sale at fantastic prices. Help us fundraise and have a shopping spree at the same time! Also, donations of items to add to our charity shop are always welcome. 121 Lourensford Road, Somerset West. See you there! #charityshop #somersetwest #somersetwes

Simple act of kindness

Simple act of kindness

Joshua Buchweitz, a Grade 7 scholar from Beaumont Primary School , showed how a simple act of kindness can go a long way. Joshua used his own savings and raised money from friends, neighbours and family to purchase a generous hamper of toiletries and treats for the residents (those who do not have family support) of the Support Center of the HSFA. When asked why he chose the HSFA as his retirement group as his beneficiary, he explained that his lovely granny Elana Kriedemann who recently retired from at the HSFA, told him that the HSFA is a special place, and she also explained that some residents needed some extra support and that they depend on the community for help. Thank you Joshua for your thoughtfulness, kindness and leadership – you are a true gentlemen. Your lovely granny can certainly be proud of you.
The HSFA’s fund is called the Sunbird project. Click here for further information should you also wish to donate. https://hsfa.org.za/get-involved/donate/

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