TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE a DIFFERENCE!
As a NPO & NGO (PBO NO 130001345 | NPO NO 004-135) we rely 100% on donations to run our Hospice service to the community of the City of uMhlathuze.
You can make a difference by making a donation.
You can help us by volunteering your services. This means helping us in a administrative capacity in our two houses, assisting with nursing care or social work or helping out in our charity shop. Volunteer with Hospice.
There are various ways in which you can support the Zululand Hospice. Our wish-list provides you with all the necessary information. Please click on the button to download.
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What we Do
Improving the quality of life of patients and their families facing the problems associated with life-threatening illness.
Home Based Care
We have two Administrative Houses, one in Empangeni & one in Richards Bay but our patient care is home based.
Holistic care, through pain and symptom control, nutrition and hygiene support and nursing consumables.
Trained bereavement counselling to support the patient and their families.
Referrals and transportation assistance for patients to access health care facilities.
Social Welfare assistance through partnerships and networking referrals.
About Zululand Hospice Association
Ours is a Home Based Care Service, all care is given in the patient’s home, by the team of professional nurses, trained care workers and volunteer caregivers who work closely with the patient’s personal general practitioner, specialist or doctors at the Primary Health care Clinics or government hospitals. The carers visit the patients home and provide holistic care and referral to the interdisciplinary team.
Hospice is free of charge and the cost of the care is covered by donations & sponsors. Should a patient have a medical aid, the medical aid will be billed.
The Ann Gates Wall of Remembrance
The Ann Gates Wall of Remembrance is situated in a serene garden on the premises of the Empangeni house.
Members of the public can dedicate a plaque in the remembrance of a loved one with their name , date of birth and date of passing engraved and attached to the wall.
If you would like to make a tribute to your past loved ones you may purchase a plaque from the Empangeni house or Richards Bay house. The Wall of Remembrance garden is available for viewing and quiet reflection during the day.
Proceeds from this project are utilised for the upkeep of our gardens.
Our Proud Sponsors
Because Of Our Partners We Are Able To Make A Bigger Difference. If you would like more information about becoming a sponsor contact us.
Erma Mae Perkins
Our team of 9 from the USA is amazed by the dedication and hard work of the staff. Our hearts are warmed by the personal care, supplies, education and loving attention extended to the patients.