Our Purpose

Serious illness and hospitalisation can be a challenging and traumatic experience, especially when it has to be faced without any resources or support.  Thanks to HospiVision, people in such situations have access to a compassionate friend who can comfort and counsel them, their family members and their caregivers as they undertake their journey though illness.  HospiVision does this by providing spiritual, emotional, social and physical care to patients in hospital, while at the same time empowering people through skills development, and supporting children infected or affected by AIDS.  We at HospiVision assist people as they regain their humanity, dignity and integrity, despite their health situation. Illness impacts both on the individual and those around them, so we want to help people get their lives back.

13 - the number of hospitals where HospiVision works ​

13

the number of hospitals where HospiVision works
33 - the number of full and contract staff members employed by HospiVision

33

the number of full and contract staff members employed by Hospivision
280 - the number of volunteers serving regularly with HospiVision ​

280

the number of volunteers serving regularly with HospiVision
1420 - the number of students that have attended HospiVision courses ​

1420

the number of students that have attended HospiVision courses
28 240 - the number of parcels handed out by HospiVision to meet practical needs

28 240

the number of parcels handed out by HospiVision to meet practical needs
 28 144 - the number of people receiving spiritual care from HospiVision

28 144

the number of people receiving spiritual care from HospiVision
Our Vision
Our Mission
Our Values

HospiVision touches the lives of sick people and those around them and gives them hope through counselling, spiritual care and physical support.

HospiVision facilitates the establishment of sustainable integrated support systems that reach out to and are in service of the sick, the vulnerable and the disadvantaged, their families and those who care for them.

HospiVision is committed to spiritual values such as respect, responsibility, integrity, love, fairness and service. Ownership by the community, church, family and individual involved, is encouraged. HospiVision promotes a culture of lifelong learning and the provision of the highest quality, most cost-effective accredited education and training

Our Services
Our Standing
Our Funders
  • Implementing and managing spiritual care programmes
  • Offering a volunteer service facility through which patients and personnel are visited
  • Making 24-hour trauma counselling to patients, their families and staff available
  • Supporting medical personnel and caregivers through special employee assistance services
  • Presenting HospiVision Time, a weekly program on Radio Pulpit, a national Christian broadcaster
  • Promoting Choose Life, a value based HIV programme for church, community and youth leaders
  • Hosting The Oasis, a support network for people living with AIDS and on anti-retroviral therapy
  • Leading the Hopeful Compassion Programme, counselling opportunity for those coping with HIV
  • managing the Children’s Care Train, a resource for children coping with various health crises
  • Creating accredited training opportunities for those who want to engage in similar outreaches
  • Non-Profit Company registered with the Department of Social Development
  • Public Benefit Organization registered with SARS
  • BBBEE compliant
  • First FBO to be accredited at the National Department of Health as a Lay Counseling Organization
  • SAQA alignment and accreditation of our training
  • Accreditation by the CP Powell Bible Centre at the University of South Africa as a training provider
  • Member of the SA Institute of Fundraisers
  • Member of the South African Association for Pastoral Work
  • Nominated for the Gates Award for Global Health
  • Participated in a presentation at the 53rd United Nations Convention on the Status of Women
  • Frans Dreyer Charitable Trust
  • Mergon Foundation
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Brystol-Myer-Squibb Foundation
  • Forever Resorts
  • Pick ‘n Pay
  • Airports Company of South Africa
  • Oranje Printers
  • Placécol
  • Dutch Reformed Synod of the Western Cape
  • Dutch Reformed Congregation Riviera-Jacaranda (Pretoria)

Our Partners

​SHAMASH GLOBAL MINISTRIES (NPC Reg No: 2016/036835/08 -SA)

Shamash Global Ministries is engaged in various corporate social upliftment and humanitarian initiatives focused specifically towards orphans, distressed families, community driven hospital/ medical care, responsible farming, water conservation and food security, clean drinking water, green/renewable energy, life skills training and education in South Africa and Australia.

DIRECT WORLD CAPITAL (Pty) Ltd (Reg no.: ACN 158 283 151 - AUSTRALIA)

Direct World Capital is an Australian Financial Services Corporate Advisory Representative (Number 425574) under the Australian Financial Services License (“AFSL”) Number 266712. Direct World Capital is the Investment Advisement Authority to Shamash Global Ministries and HospiVision for international corporate governance and compliance.

RAMESES INVESTMENTS (Pty) Ltd, (Reg no. 2012/025599/09 - SA)

Rameses Investments is the Project Management Office (PMO) for the implementation of the various projects, including various corporate social upliftment and humanitarian initiatives.

ELEMENT CONSULTING ENGINEERS (Pty) Ltd (Reg no.: 2001/012268/07 - SA)

Element is an engineering and consulting company with a track record of more than fifteen years and specializes in design, procurement, construction and management for the implementing of facilities and infrastructure for various projects, including corporate social upliftment and humanitarian projects.