In the News

Klaarwater Grannies Win the Gogolympic Cup

Event Date: 04 May 2016

Grannies from Durban’s Klaarwater have taken home the Gogolympic Cup after competing on Friday against seven other teams of grannies from across the Valley of 1000 Hills.

Unconditional Love for All Patients

Event Date: 22 Apr 2016

Our Respite Unit offers the highest quality care and unconditional love for each patient who passes through its doors.

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Joseph's battle to save his life and find hope

Event Date: 15 Apr 2016

Joseph arrived at our Respite Unit in June last year. He had been sick for two years - in and out of hospitals - and not getting better. Forty-two years old and a father of four, his life was on the line.

Understanding the Link Between HIV/AIDS and TB

Event Date: 15 Apr 2016

The 24th March this year, World TB Day, highlighted the devastating effect Tuberculosis (TB) is having in our country. Despite being a preventable and curable disease, it is currently the single leading cause of death in South Africa.

Australian Cricket Team play friendly with South African Gogos (grannies)

Event Date: 03 Mar 2016

MEDIA RELEASE: 03 MARCH 2015

Gogo Group of the Year 2015

Gogo (Granny) group of the year 2015

Event Date: 26 Feb 2016

Together we can! 

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The story of Lamilwe - Gogo of the Year 2015

Event Date: 15 Feb 2016

 

“I no longer feel alone with my troubles”

Thandi Makes Great Strides to Recovery

Event Date: 07 Jan 2016

One of the many stories from our Respite Unit which stands out over the past year is that of Thandi (name changed). Thandi is a young, lively grandmother with one son, and a granddaughter. Originally trained as a pastry chef, she was diagnosed with HIV at the beginning of 2013.

School’s donation leaves HACT ‘egg’-static

Event Date: 24 Mar 2015

In the spirit of the Easter message of hope, love and joy the matric pupils at Kenmont School donated a range of wonderful goods to the Hillcrest AIDS Centre Trust.

Caring Kate will be missed

Event Date: 19 Mar 2015

WE recently bid a fond farewell to our committed volunteer, Kate Brown, who served both the Clothing Scheme and also the Respite Unit over the past year.

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