The Harfield Village Association (HVA) is a very active, dedicated and involved civic association playing its part to ensure the wellbeing of residents in the area, and seeking to build and strengthen community, both in Harfield Village but also extending a friendly hand to neighbouring areas.

Harfield is indeed a small village with a big heart. Please join us, and help the HVA to expand and improve our impact.

Hanover Park

The community of Hanover Park is literally just 10 minutes from Harfield Village, but for all intents and purposes might as well be on a different planet. Our neighbours in Hanover Park are experiencing unfathomable challenges of gangsterism, crime, violence, poverty and hunger. The HVA is deeply committed to developing sincere and genuine relationships with civic partners in the community of Hanover Park to assist these organisations in whichever way that we can to overcome these challenges.
One of the silver linings resulting from the Covid-19 crisis was the establishment of just such relationships with the Alcardo Andrews Foundation and The Fish Rite Hanover Park Cricket Club.
During the Covid-19 crisis in 2020 the HVA launched a “Campaign of Goodness” to assist raise funds and other forms of assistance for the community of Hanover Park and other organisations.
The HVA launched a very “Sandwich Saturday” drive which took place over several weeks with more than 15 000 sandwiches collected by the Harfield Village team and delivered to Hanover Park.
Terry Robinson and Alison Palthe at the food distribution centre at Rosmead Central Primary School during level 5 lockdown
The food trolley at Rosmead Spar for collection to Hanover Park
Lovely people dropping off sandwiches during ojne of the 6 “Sandwich Saturday” drives
Beautifully packed and lovingly made sandwiches
The vehicle being packed with groceries destined for Hanover Park during level 5 lockdown
HVA partners in Hanover Park, the Fishrite Hanover Park Cricket Club
HVA Chairperson, James Fernie with Aunty Avril Andrews, Lesley Wyngaard and the Alcardo Andrews Foundation team distributing food in Hanover Park during level 5 lockdown
Terry Robinson and “aunty” Avril Andrews in Hanover Park