Mandela Day: 18 July 2018

Tafta invites you to #BeTheLegacy

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Share your blessings with an elderly couple in need

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#TaftaTellMyStory Schools Competition

Kids - enter and win prizes to the value of R40 000

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60th Anniversary Gala Dinner

Plan now to be at the most important event on the Durban social calendar!

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If you're over 60, TAFTA can help

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What happens when you get too old to work?

There are 4.5 million people over the age of 60 in South Africa

What does the future hold?

Running a marathon?

Make your race count for more by raising funds for Durban's elderly people

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This Mandela Day, we invite you to #BeTheLegacy in service to the elderly

Our elders have created a wonderful legacy for the people of Durban,
through their hard work in helping to build the city and contributing to the economy.
Now it's our turn to #BeTheLegacy and use the opportunity presented by Nelson Mandela's Centenary
to honour our aged with comfort and care this Mandela Day.

We're opening up our Tafta Homes to the community for the entire month of July
and inviting YOU to come along and make a personal difference.
Because, in the words of Nelson Mandela himself:

“What counts in life is not the mere fact that we have lived. It is what difference we have made to the lives of others that will determine the significance of the life we lead.”
– Nelson Mandela

4 ways to get involved this Mandela Day

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Thanksgiving lunch for Tafta volunteers

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Step up to make a difference, say Sponsors of Tafta Fundraising Gala Dinner

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Join us for an evening of glamour, fine dining and top class entertainment

Tafta invites you to our first ever Fundraising Gala Dinner on Friday, 21 September 2018, held to commemorate our 60th birthday. The glittering event, themed "Night of Diamond", will be hosted by well-known celebrity, radio presenter and comedian Darren Maule,…

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Millennials making the same mistakes

According to a recent survey conducted by 10x Investments, young South Africans may be in danger of making the same mistakes as their parents when planning for retirement.
The stark reality is that 94% of South African are unable to retire comfortably and Millennials may be repeating the same mistakes. Despite changing trends and behaviours, the formula for a successful retirement remains simple: put away 15% of your salary over a 40-year period in a high-equity fund with total fees of less than 1%, and let time do the work. [Src: Personal Finance 17 June 2017]

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About us

The Association for the Aged is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO 002093) dedicated to the alleviation of distress and the promotion of the welfare of aged persons living in the Durban area.

Any person who is over 60 and in need of help – or any person who knows of an elderly person in need of help – should contact us. TAFTA cares.

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The Association for the Aged

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