Aryan Benevolent Home – 2019/2020

Hollywoodbets Pelican chose to support Aryan Benevolent Home (ABH) as part of the Hollywoodbets My Community Programme for 2019/2020. Read on to learn more about the team’s donation.

Aryan Benevolent Home (ABH)
Hollywoodbets Pelican
KwaZulu-Natal

ABH provides residential and institutional services and care for those who need it most within their community. This includes the elderly and those living with disabilities, as well as orphaned and vulnerable children.

The organisation is devoted to protecting and nurturing those who have been abandoned, who are destitute or have been victims of violence.

They bring people hope and an opportunity for a brighter future through providing a loving and caring home.

ABH also has facilities for elders where they can enjoy the tranquil atmosphere, and be cared for in a safe and secure environment.

The home has been serving its community since 1921!

They provide holistic care that includes meeting the social, physical, educational, spiritual and medical needs of their beneficiaries.

Their medical services range from physiotherapy to psycho-psychiatric.

The Hollywoodbets Pelican Team, visited the home to hand over some much-needed medical instruments which included; three infrared thermometers, seven pulse sensors, two digital meter units and three digital sphygmomanometers.

Kish Chetty, marketing manager at ABH, was thankful for the support.

“With the help of this donation the home will now be able to provide improved institutional services that the residents will benefit from. Thank you very much”, she said.

If you would like to donate to this worthy cause, you can contact the organisation here:

Address:

80 Arena Park Drive
Durban
4001

E: info@abh.org.za

W: www.abh.org.za

T: 031 404 9523
C: 078 780 0637

NPO Reg: 002-139

View more donations made by the Hollywoodbets Pelican branch here!

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