We have a large complement of permanent staff at Sunfield Home, working in the following areas: Administration, five Residential Houses, the Occupational Therapy Department, Kitchen, Medical Department, and Estate.

Our residents are well cared for by an experienced team of carers, supervised by House parents and their assistants. The Sunfield staff are led by the General Manager, Cliff Freeman.


As a non-profit organization we require the generosity of others to assist us in maintaining our financial stability.

Unfortunately, many of our residents outlive their primary caregivers and become dependent on the Home as a safe haven in which to live out their remaining days.

We are a reliable and trustworthy recipient of donations, social responsibility funds and sponsorship opportunities, for individuals and companies.

Contact Us if you would like to Get Involved and become part of the Sunfield Home Supporters’ family.

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FOSH In the Midlands

This group of parents, family members, previous employees and community members are passionate about the residents of Sunfield Home.

They host their own functions to raise funds for us and also assist at various fundraising events which we hold during the year.

For more information, or to Get Involved in FOSH In the Midlands please Contact Us.

FOSH Durban

This group raises funds in Durban and the surrounding area. For more information, or to Get Involved in FOSH Durban, please Contact Us.


The Board of Directors is responsible for formulating and upholding principles and policies at the Home. It comprises a group of dedicated parents and volunteers, who freely give of their time, expertise and services. We value each one of them and are grateful to have their professionalism guiding us.

At present we have a number of key portfolios, which are ably filled by the following:

  • Chairman:  Adv. PJ Combrinck SC
  • Vice-Chair:  Rosemary Fraser
  • Finance:  John Ade
  • Resident & Staff Wellness:  Sue Grant
  • Capital Projects & Estate:  Dave Worrall
  • Secretary:  Barbara Higgins
  • Consulting:  Dianne Perrett