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Aryan Benevolent Home Council

Aryan Benevolent Home Council

Caring, Sharing, Serving

The Aryan Benevolent Home Council is a registered non-profit organisation which takes care of children, elderly and physically or mentally disabled people who have no one else to provide for their needs. We do this regardless of race or religion.

Holistic care
Our aim is to provide holistic care by meeting the physical, social, medical, educational, spiritual and other needs of those who turn to us. Our services include residential homes for the aged, disabled and children, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Psycho-psychiatric services and other paramedical services.

We run Day Care centres, sheltered workshops, and other community outreach programmes, including a children's creche, aimed at uplifting our community and promoting independence and dignity among all its members.

Branches
From small beginnings, operating out of a wood and iron house in Cato Manor over 80 years ago, our organisation has grown to embrace numerous homes, a nursing school and branches in the Western Cape, Gauteng and Umzinto and Glencoe in KwaZulu-Natal.