With your support we can make sure that every south African who is facing serious illness can access the care that they need.
APCC works with our member organisations and partners to care for people, their family members and carers to promote quality of life and alleviate pain and distress associated with serious illness. We provide training in palliative care and advocate for the integration of Palliative Care in national health systems. We also provide quality assurance, mentorship and accreditation to our members around the country (many of whom refer to themselves as hospices).
Help us to help others
R50 a month could
pay for us to boost our social media posts to reach more people and raise awareness.
R120 a month could
provide training and support for members in the use of our Hospice Data Management System.
R600 a month could
fund a home based carer with palliative care training.
R1200 a month could
provide a rural hospice with mentorship to improve their accreditation status and financial sustainability.
The Grief Handbook
Author of the beautiful Grief Handbook, Bridget McNulty kindly donates R10-00 from each sale of the book via Takealot. To purchase the book (which is a very worthwhile read for anyone experiencing Grief), and to dually support the APCC, visit: https://www.takealot.com/the-grief-handbook/PLID72761844
Support Staff with PPE
With your support, we will be able to ensure that member health care workers and their patients stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
Support Members to Keep Their Doors Open
With your support, we can help our members to keep offering their essential services during the current economic downturn.
Support APCC to Provide Free Beravement Counselling
With your support we can avail members expertise in bereavement counselling to all who need it free of charge