Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Update

A message from our CEO, Naren Pattundeen

Thank you for being a wonderful supporter and for keeping the ABH in your thoughts and prayers. The Covid-19 virus (otherwise known as Coronavirus) marks an unprecedented time that will require us to help each other. Your ongoing support has helped our 99-year-old national charity provide succour to the aged, frail, physically and mentally challenged, abused women and children. This is an uncertain time for everyone and we are reaching out to our supporters because the vast majority of our sustainable income sources are rapidly depleting. We’re asking for donations but we also need contacts, ideas and advice from our ABH family.

The virus has added a financial burden on us as we have to acquire hand sanitisers, disinfectant spray bottles, masks and gloves. We appreciate your support in helping our staff reduce the impact of this virus to our 700 residents.Please note that the ABH is a registered Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) therefore donations are tax deductible. We issue Section 18A Certificates for donations for submission with your tax return.

Please find our banking details below:

First National Bank
Account Name: ABH Fundraising
Account No: 508 300 223 44
Branch Code: 250655
For international donations-SWIFT Code: FIRNZAJJ
Branch: Chatsworth
Reference: COV Name and your phone number

We are very grateful for any food, medical or financial donations. If you are able to help, please email vanessa@abh.co.za or call 031 404 9523.

Keep safe and thank you for helping us to fulfill our mission of caring, sharing and serving.

With Gratitude
Naren Pattundeen
CEO

Mohil Bandulal, President of the ABH Council was interviewed on Hindvani and he encourages people to support the ABH Charity during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Please listen to the Interview below:

Welcome to the ABH
CARING, SHARING & SERVING SINCE 1921

The Aryan Benevolent Home (ABH) is a national, registered Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) and Public Benefit Organisation (PBO) that provides services to more than 700 vulnerable persons daily.

We are almost a century old charitable organisation that provides succour on a 24-hour basis to the aged, frail, physically and mentally challenged, abused women and orphans; spreading our activities over 5 facilities in the greater Durban area, an aged-care facility in Glencoe and two children’s homes in Lenasia, Gauteng. In addition, we have an extensive nursing education programme. We provide a home and 750 000 meals per year to the aged, frail, the orphaned and abused.

*All photographs appearing on this website have been posted with the prior knowledge and permission of our residents.