The Association of the Aged (Tafta) extends sincere gratitude to the numerous corporates who came together to make a significant difference to our elders this Mandela Day.
Tafta residents throughout Durban were treated to a wide variety of programs including scrumptious meals; pamper sessions and even a dolphin show which they described as â€œa magnificent experienceâ€.
Tafta is overwhelmed by the outpouring of love, care and support shown to our residents this year. Over 20 companies chose to dedicate their 67 Mandela minutes of Service in commemoration of Tata Madibaâ€™s ideals of service to humanity at Tafta facilities.
Our residents felt pampered and cared for thanks to the outpouring of generosity they experiencedâ€¦ Tafta thanks you!
In addition, pensioners were treated to a fun-filled day at uShaka Marine World, where they got to enjoy tea and snacks before being entertained by the dophin show and stroll around the aquarium.
They were delighted to have a personal encounter with uShakaâ€™s popular dolphin Gambit and watched in awe as he responded to their waves and hand gestures.
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ABOUT Tafta â€“ The Association for the Aged
Tafta is one of South Africaâ€™s leading, registered non-profit organisation in Care in KZN.
Established in 1958, for more than 5 decades, Tafta has been the leading provider of Care focusing primarily on the needs of the elderly and vulnerable groups in Durban.
Our unique value proposition lies in creating value for clients and our partners with a key focus on outcomes and benefits. Our strength in healthcare, community outreach programmes and community development initiatives are our main differentiators. We seamlessly integrate our services with best in class processes and programmes that maximise efficiency, quality, safety and service excellence.
Our mission is to encourage and promote active ageing in older people-to live as independent members of the community for as long as possible, and to care for those who are no longer able to look after themselves. Our aim is to alleviate distress of the elderly and other vulnerable groups by using our resources in the most effective and efficient manner and where the need is greatest.