2 June 2020
As the country moves into level 3, we continue to monitor the situation closely, and will adjust the precautionary measures in place according to the suitability of the vulnerable people in our care. Some measures will be adjusted while others are maintained on level 3:
Visitors to the Homes
- The Homes remain closed to the public for on-site visits. This includes family members of our residents, who are probably the most severely affected as they have not been able to visit their loved ones for some time. This is one of the most difficult decisions the Society had to take for the benefit and safety of our residents
- Our volunteer and community service programmes are still on hold for the time being.
Gifts in kind donations
- Owing to the urgent need for donations, we will be accepting donation drop offs from 1 June.
- Donors will not be allowed onto the premises, but hygienic measures and processes will be in place to receive the goods. This also includes the collection of donations. Kindly contact us on 011 609 7246 to make arrangements.
Charity Shop re-opens fully on 8 June
- Necessary hygienic practices and procedures such as sanitising and screening of staff and customers will be in place.
- The public will also be able to drop off their valuable donations at the Shop
The planned major renovations are for the interim still on hold
We take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks to the public for their continued support and contributions towards the wellbeing of the residents, even during the difficult times affecting everyone. As a thank you token, the residents and staff prepared a COVID-19 song adapted from Paul McCartney’s ‘We all stand together’. Click here to watch and listen to the song and please share with your family and friends.
Please click here to make a financial contribution towards the Home. For more information about the preventative measures in place, please contact Nichollette Zulu on email@example.com or contact the office on 011 609 7246.
Please continue to pray for LITTLE EDEN residents and the staff who look after them. And please, look after yourself and be safe!