Eluthandweni Support And Information Centre:
In 2006 Nightingale Trust took the Eluthandweni Support and Information Centre (ESIC) under its umbrella. In addition to several fundraising programmes and applications, we provide a supervisory and administrative service. Eluthandweni means “place where we serve with love”, and this is the ideal of Nightingale Trust and its care givers.
Under the supervision of a registered nurse, our carers look after frail patients living in extremely poor and difficult circumstances. If necessary we provide food, assist in the application for ID documents, social grants and orthopaedic aids such as crutches, wheelchairs, etc. When the situation arises, the centre also assists AIDS orphans.
This service is exclusively financed by donations from congregations, organisations and friends.
How You Can Help:
Should you wish to donate to this project, please contact our office. As Nightingle Trust is a registered non profit and public benefit organisation (registered in terms of Section 18A of the Income Tax Act 1962), we issue a tax receipt at the end of our financial year for your donation.
Other donations such as medical equipment, soap, toothpaste, blankets and food are also appreciated.
Visitors are welcome at our project in Steve Tshwete Village, Motherwell, so please contact us for an appointment.
Donations help this centre to function. Should you feel called to assist, your donations can be made into the Nightingale Trust bank account:
Account Name: The Nightingale Trust
Branch name: Greenacres
Branch code: 121617
Account number: 1216 056 854
SWIFT Code: NEDSZAJJ
Please provide your contact details when making a donation.