Helderberg Hospice have launched
a really exciting opportunity
to win a gorgeous brand new 
Hyundai Grand i10
valued over R 200 000.00 

The competition runs until December and the lucky winner will be announced at Carols by Candlelight on 14 December 2022 at Vergelegen Wine Estate. Only 5000 tickets are available so make sure you don’t miss out. Get your ticket now!!

R 250. 00

Terms and Conditions
  1. The judges’ decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  2. The prize may not be exchanged for cash.
  3. Winner will be contacted telephonically if necessary.
  4. No refunds will be given once ticket is purchased.
  5. Prize winners indemnify Helderberg Hospice from any damages or injuries sustained during use of prize.
  6. Prize winner to arrange own transport to collect prize.

Notice is hereby given of the Helderberg Hospice Annual General Meeting to be held on Wednesday, 24 August 2022 at noon via Zoom.

Click here to register now. 

Helderberg Hospice Charity Golf Day is taking place on Friday, 26 August 2022 at the prestigious Somerset West Golf Club. Book now to avoid disappointment.   

Click here to book now!  Click here to read more. 

Helderberg Hospice is hosting a "Blossoms of Spring High Tea" on Sunday, 28 August 2022 at 15h00 at St Joseph The Worker Anglican Church corner of Van Gogh and DaVinci Streets, Marvin Park, Macassar. 

Tickets are sold out for this event.   For more info: Contact Celéstine vd/Merwe  at 076 62 5855 or Karin Gordon at 082 370 9052

Helderberg Hospice is grateful for your support.

We’re all connected in our humanity both in our immediate and our larger community. None of us is an ‘island’, and we’re here to help and support one another and we are grateful for the support we receive from all sectors of our community.

Sometimes in life each one of us will be touched by knowing someone who is facing a life-threatening illness. This makes it very personal – and is the reason why we encourage our community to ‘Know us before you need us.’

Someone who is near and dear could be in need of Hospice care – and what better place to have that care immediately available than in our Helderberg community.

Whilst we welcome your much needed donations, we also welcome you. Our door is always open to visitors, including anyone just wanting to know more about palliative care, and how hospice operates. Knowledge is power.

The major reason is that we promote ‘life’. When anyone is diagnosed with a life-threatening illness, every day is important – to be lived to the full, and wherever possible, free from distressing symptoms. ‘Quality of life’ is a precious gift for patients and their loved ones. That gift is in your hands to give with our involvement.