About St Luke’s Hospice

canada goose jacke parajumpers ugo parajumpers jas ugo canada goose uk moncler outlet
St Luke's Hospice, Kenilworth

St Luke’s Hospice, Kenilworth


St Luke’s Hospice was established in 1980, when Dame Cicely Saunders (founder of the modern hospice movement) visited Cape Town after repeated requests from Christine Dare, then a 5th year medical student who had worked with Dame Cicely at St Thomas’ Hospital in England. The result of this visit was a gathering of concerned persons who formed an organisation (St Luke’s) to meet the special needs of patients facing life threatening illnesses, as well as their families. Since those early days, St Luke’s Hospice has gone from strength to strength, thanks to the wonderful support of the individuals, companies and trusts whose donations keep our services going. Our Head Office is in Harfield Road, Kenilworth, but satellite community hospices function in certain other areas of greater Cape Town and environs. Homecare patients number around 850 at any given time, and our ward can accommodate a maximum of 20 patients. St Luke’s Hospice is a registered Not For Profit Company in terms of the Companies Act, allowing us to raise money from the public sector by means of donations or fundraising events. Certificates for tax deductibility can be supplied on request. We’re also very dependent on our trained volunteers who assist our staff members in all aspects of care and fundraising.  They are at the heart of the St Luke’s Hospice circle of caring.


Our board members

  • Prof Dudley Werner
  • Mr Edward Cyster
  • Mr Randolph Ulster
  • Mrs Mary-Anne Wakefield
  • Mr Allan Scott (Vice-Chair and Treasurer)
  • Mr Gerald Hendricks
  • Mrs Shona Sturgeon (Chair)
  • Ms Yvonne Petersen


NPO Certificate  PBO Certificate BEE Certificate  VAT Certificate Tax Clearance Certificate  Company Registration Certificate Audited Financial Statement

canada goose victoria canada goose jakke dame canada goose jakke tilbud moncler pas cher parajumpers norge salg parajumpers norge