As a non-profit organisation, Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa relies on donations to further its mission of caring for ALL patients suffering from a life-threatening illness, regardless of age, disease or ability to pay.
HOW YOUR CONTRIBUTION HELPS
Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa is a tax-exempt, non-profit organisation that receives contributions from the community to support the Hospice's mission.
Contributions enable the organisation to continue to provide quality care for terminally ill patients, regardless of their ability to pay.
Donations also enable Hospice to provide grief counseling to the surviving family members at no cost.
Hospice relies on individual, business, industry, and church donations, as well as memorials, membership drives, fundraising events, and estate planning to supplement Hospice care and additional programs and services.
SHOULD YOU WISH TO MAKE A DONATION
Contributions can be deposited to:
Account Holder’s Name: HPCA
Bank: Standard Bank
Branch: Howard Centre
Branch Code: 036309
Current Account Number: 271203854
Contributions can be mailed to:
P.O Box 38785
Tel: +27 +21 5310277
Fax: +27 +21 5311706
E-mail enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please make cheques payable to: Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa.
If your gift is in memory of someone, please include the name of the individual along with the name and address of the family you wish to be notified.
We do not disclose Rand value of gifts.
To Promote quality in life, dignity in death and support in bereavement for all living with a life-threatening illness by supporting member hospices and partner organisations.
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