Caring for People

There are many support services available in your community which are  made possible through the generosity of our network . Many of these services are heavily subsidised because we believe these opportunities should be accessible to everyone.  

Grief and Loss Support

Support for people experiencing grief or loss in their lives from divorce, death, sickness, separation  or change.  Programmes are available for all ages.
Seasons Programme for Grief & Loss:
Nine sessions which include topics such as Feelings, Changes, My Story, Memories, Managing the loss, Moving on and Celebration

Horizons Programme for Grief & Loss:
For recently widowed adults, senior citizens and a separate programme for children of new migrants run through schools.

Seasons Programme for Life Threatening Illness:
Ages 5-18 years with a family member who is seriously ill. Four sessions which include topics such as: Impact of illness, Feelings, Caring for Ourselves and Hope.
Cost: Donations welcome
Contact: Claudette van Niekerk, Grief and Loss Support Fieldworker 
Mobile: 027 388 6110


Support for New Parents

SPACE is an interactive group programme for first time parents, supporting parents alongside Children's Education (SPACE) and run by trained Facilitators.

WHAT WILL I LEARN?   Learn how to respond to challenges and decisions facing new parents while connecting with other adults. The curriculum is constantly evolving so it stays relevant to current issues and the needs of your specific group. Your baby will explore a variety of play and sensory activities.   

DURATION:  Sessions are approx. 2 ½ hours once a week. The programme runs for 30-40 weeks during the first year of your babies life.

AGE:  Ideally start when your baby is aged 3-16 weeks - Parent and baby attend sessions together. Grandparents are also welcome to come along and older babies can also join depending on availability.

COST: Donations welcome.

CONTACT: Carolyn Wellm from Anglican Care
                     (09) 302 7200