Used goods across the world are seen as trendy and now. The Oasis Association for Intellectual Disability has a little “village” of four shops at the corner of Lee and Imam Haron Road, Claremont. The planet benefits, as do shoppers and the Oasis Association, when people with a conscience visit […]
Pre-loved shopping and upcycling not only saves money, but it also saves the planet, and often it benefits a wider cause.
Level 3 Recycling: Our Claremont recycling services are officially open Monday to Friday, 9 – 3pm and Saturday, 9 – 1pm.
We had planned to open Monday 11 January, but with the re-instatement of Level 3 COVID restrictions we have decided to reopen on 1 February 2021 at 9am.
It’s been some time since we last chatted… and a lot has happened. We have worked hard at putting this great Oasis jigsaw puzzle together, one piece at a time, and slowly we are beginning to see the makings of a picture. And yet still, some of the picture remains […]
Food Parcel Appeal 2020. We are aiming to give our 350 beneficiaries the gift of food, nourishment, and care. Each Food Parcel costs R600.
We are launching a new Oasis Co-Op, where we will be selling bottled goods, handmade sweets and fudge, knitted or sewn items and much more… Through an application process, we will make space on our shelves available to those with beautiful handcrafted items, delicious homemade treats (excluding baked goods) and […]
RECYCLING REMAINS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PINELANDS AND ELSIES RIVER REMAIN CLOSED. Come and browse all your favourites. New shops, new areas! We have spread the shop into 3 areas to enable social distancing: Clothing at Lee Road Gate. Bric-a-brac, technical goods, and art in the shop. Books and furniture […]
Oasis recycling will remain closed for now. The Oasis recycling depot is unfortunately still unable to operate during level 4 COVID-19 lockdown. Our core business is to provide care and opportunities for our people with intellectual disability. Our first priority has to be their welfare and we cannot operate our […]
Update after week 9 COVID-19 lockdown A time to rebuild and take stock It seems to us that special day care centres like ours are going to be amongst the last “schools” to return after lockdown. When we return, we will have to stagger passenger transport and days between the […]