A happy afternoon was enjoyed on July 26 when the 1st St Benedict’s Pack Scouts visited Rand Aid’s Thembalami Care Centre. The children and residents tucked into the sweet treats that were provided by the Read More
Advocate Christiaan Bester is a busy man. Despite his pressured career, however, he has carved aside time to serve on the board of Rand Aid Association. “In today’s time, people are inward looking and profit Read More
Johannesburg resident Kendra Neethling is inspired to help people with substance abuse issues reclaim their lives. The St Stithians Girls College matriculant and University of Cape Town Honours student (BSC Occupational Therapy) says she has Read More
Valentine’s Day was a sweet affair at Rand Aid’s Wedge Gardens treatment centre. The first Wedge Café for 2017 was held on February 14 and was Valentine’s Day themed. “It was a great success! After Read More
Staff members from a number of Rand Aid Association complexes enjoyed a mindset change, thanks to a three-day Eden Alternative training course they attended in the second week of February.
Rand Aid Association shared its knowledge on the long-term care of older persons at the second Africa region International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) conference in Nairobi, Kenya, in December 2016.
Amanda Diener joined Rand Aid Association as Compliance Officer, a new post created by the organisation, on November 1, 2015.
Following the merger of the Max Ordman Deaf Association with Rand Aid Association, sign language tutors are sought to help ensure the Max Ordman residents who will be relocating to Rand Aid’s Thembalami Care Centre, Read More
Twenty-five Rand Aid Association employees with 250 years of service between them were honoured at the NPO’s long service awards on August 27.