At least 50% of South Africans could be living with arthritis and are unaware of their status.
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Thank you for helping to make it possible for the Arthritis Foundation of South Africa, to provide over 4500 members with education, support, advocacy, information and a lay of arms of professional bodies, your generosity helps us spread light, comfort, and hope to all those living with Arthritis.
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We run a range of educational programmes with experts and leaders in th the arthritis community. The programmes we focus on improving the lives of those affected by arthritis for their daily and long-term health.
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Including a us in your will is a way to bring dignity, meaning and purpose to a life well lived. It is an opportunity to continue to support the good work we do, or to support us in the way you always wanted to, but were unable to in your lifetime. You, and your values, beliefs and generous philanthropic role modelling, will live on in the memories of our members and beneficiaries.
The simple fact is that without your generosity, our foundation would not exist.
Bequests form the financial basis our foundation and are absolutely essential for ensuring the good work we do continues into the future.
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Become an AFSA Champion through our public awareness volunteering program.
Volunteering with us is an opportunity to make a difference by creating awareness for Arthritis in your neighbourhood no matter where you are within South Africa.
Enthusiastic volunteers will help us with the task of distributing promotional and educational material to your nearest public areas; clinics, libraries, hospitals, etc.