Well done to the AMAZING team of volunteers in KZN. The first batch of food hampers was delivered to the Tafta Old Age Home, Durban.
200 food hampers handed out on 26 July 2021 in Newlands, East and West, Overport and Kenville in KZN.
Contribute at: https://za.iahv.org/campaigns/sfh-solidarity-with-kzn
As many of you are aware IAHV frst received its United Nations NGO status through its incorporation in Geneva in 1997. IAHV is in consultative status with the Economic, Social and Cultural Council (ECOSOC) of theUnited Nations (UN), and participates in a variety of committees and activities, related to health and conflict resolution.
Internationally and as guided, IAHV’s aim is to align itself with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS).
Set forward by the United Nations (UN) in 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) are a collection of 17 global goals aimed at improving the planet and the quality of human life around the world. The call-to-action for people worldwide is to address the critical areas of importance by 2030: People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace, and Partnership. IAHV, as guided by Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, will focus on these 5 key areas by adopting 7 of the 17 SDGS’s to execute as follows:
IAHV SA will begin the process of aligning all its project and programs to meet the above goals. In the coming months we will reect this on our website and project proposals, categorising all our programs & projects accordingly.
Thank you for your kind support to Kids Haven and this generous donation of beautiful blankets. The precare community team from the Kids Haven in Benoni went out this weekend and made sure that many families in the Mayfield settlement and the New Bridge in Benoni, Gauteng community received blankets ahead of the cold snap expected tomorrow.
You are making a tremendous difference to so many children through this donation. We are very excited to be putting them onto beds!
Thank you for making a difference to these children this winter.
We received this message of thanks from the Holy Cross Home Suiderberg in Pretoria:
We extend our warm and sincere gratitude to the generous donation of 100 blankets received from the International Association for Human Values for our elderly people at Holy Cross Home.
It is because of people like you that makes it possible for us to continue rendering quality health care services to the elderly persons in our care. We are luck y to have you as a magnanimous donor and we hope that in future you might meet some of our seniors whose lives you are changing.
Once again thank you for your investment in our frail care unit and your belief that senior citizens deserve to retire with dignity and grace.
Sr Florence Tengerayi