Our Book and Charity shop is fully reliant on donations.
If you can donate, we can collect!
Crn Clifton Avenue & North Streets, Lyttelton Manor, Centurion
Business Telephone No:
Business Fax No:
NPO No: 030-479
SARS Exemption Reference No: 130004669
For fast and secure donations please fill in the PayFast form on the right
On request by the donor, all cash (money) donations actually paid to the association will qualify for a section 18A receipt.
We encourage EFT transactions, our banking details are on the website. Alternatively, cash donations can be made at Centurion Hospice Reception.
Institution: ABSA – Lyttelton
Account No: 6 0015 8317
Branch Code: 632 005
Other ways in which you can assist us
We are a voluntary association, not for gain. Subject to the provisions of our constitution, anyone interested in serving the community and supporting the Palliative Care cause can become a Friend of Hospice.
Currently an annual membership fee of R114 is payable for membership June to May the following year. The membership fee is revised by the Board of Governors annually.
Being a Friend of Hospice you become an active member of the association, participating in general meetings of the association and thereby direct the future course of the association as society increasingly rely on the non-profit sector to solve important social-economic problems.
Should the formalities of membership not appeal to you, your volunteering services are highly cherished. Otherwise, be a supporter of our fund-raising events!
Because of our volunteers, we contribute to the local economy by retailing donated 2nd hand goods that can be re-purposed, recycled and reused.
Suitably qualified volunteers make a difference in the lives of our Palliative Care patients.
We are committed to using the full potential of your volunteers, allowing them to make a difference in another person’s life, with worthwhile and visible results; of their efforts.
Please follow us on social media to keep abreast fund-raising events held from time to time. Our quarterly ‘Boot Sale’ and annual ‘Hospice Tea’ events are particularly popular.