About FWC Hospice

Dying is a part of life’s journey that can be embraced with love and dignity.


We believe that life is a precious and fragile journey of growth and development; and although death may be a time of sadness and separation, dying is a part of life’s journey that can be embraced with love and dignity.

Our History

FWC Hospice & Care Centre initially started to care for HIV/Aids patients in 1991 in a rented building in Hursthill, assisting government with the HIV/Aids pandemic. In 2001, we purchased the Little Gate Shopping Centre on auction and renovated and moved into it in 2009, where we are currently situated.  We also extended our services to palliative, frail and hospice care.

Mission and Vision

Respect for life by providing care, comfort and compassion to those in our care.

Endeavour to be the care centre of choice for hospice, palliative, and frail care through support in the passionate pursuit of excellence and innovation.

Care:                     Provide quality care, serving our patients by being responsive, innovative and improving quality of life.

Comfort:              Seeking to understand concerns and anxieties and address them with the utmost respect and dignity.

Commitment:   To follow Standard Policies, professional practice and procedures at all times.

Compassion:     We will act with kindness and consideration and providing emotional and spiritual support and patient interaction.

Competency:     We hold ourselves to a high standard of excellence with our volunteer doctor, professional nursing team and caregivers when fulfilling the needs of our patients and collaborating with other multi-disciplinary teams.


  • NPO Registration
  • Income Tax Exemption Approval
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  • Tax Certificate
  • Our BBBEE Certificate
  • Banking details confirmation

If you would like to view any of our documents please send a request via contacting us at  info@fwchospice.org.za

Our Future

FWC will not stray from its mission to of providing holistic and comprehensive support to all in dire need of it within the community. Our organisation promises to continue to seek support from our community where the need is the greatest and to establish and grow local partnerships to deliver comprehensive services that can be sustained over time. Our plans include a continued collaboration with local partners with an eye towards transitioning our programs once they are established centres of excellence. FWC seeks to continue to grow and strengthen relationships within academic health and educational institutions, while delivering superior services to all students and patients.

Ways to Support Us

Over the years, we’ve received substantial in-kind and monetary support from our community. They’ve always been generous with donations ranging from food products, clothing, furniture and computers. It’s through their support that we’ve been able to continue to keep our doors open and provide for those in need of our care. Due to these concessions we’re always seeking monetary support to maintain our facility and its operational costs.

Partner With Us

Here are some ways that you can partner with us:

  • Monetary – A monthly or once-off monetary contribution.

  • Time – We are looking for volunteers to commit their to support to FWC in various capacities. You could help with facilitating classes, assisting with our patients in the hospice, working to upkeep the vegetable garden or any other activities.

  • Adopt a Room – This is a great opportunity to be an exclusive partner a designated room to create and maintain a warm, welcoming and healing space.

  • Goods – All goods are more than welcome, but are in dire need of items on our wish list.

  • GivenGain – Be apart of a global movement that connects activists and causes.

  • SMS – simply SMS FWC to 41425 to donate R20 to the hospice.

Make An Appointment

Kindly complete the form below if you wish to make an appointment with a member of the staff at FWC Hospice. We’ll get back to you ASAP.

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