Are you looking for a way to share the love this festive season? Consider pledging Santa Shoe boxes. We are so excited to announce that African Angels has been selected as one of the recipients of the Santa Shoe box project for Christmas 2022.
Thanks to GlobalGiving you can give a little and we will get a lot – do it for 4 months and we will get even more – read to find out how
A huge thank you to the amazing artists who contributed artworks to the Hartspace Art Auction & Exhibition, and to those who gave so generously to buy them.
Thank you to the Wild Women on the Wall for once again donating to African Angels Independent School
Talisman Hire African Angels Ale Trail After a two-year break, the Talisman Hire African Angels Ale Trail is BACK. Join us at Emerald Vale Brewery on 18 June, have fun and give back to education – helping us to educate Good South African Citizens.Book your tickets, or simply make a donation at QUICKET
Giving an education to children who need it the most creates a legacy that can never be taken away. Find out how to leave a legacy by putting putting African Angels in your Will.
We are extremely grateful to African Angels’ sponsor Smith Tabata Attorneys for the large financial donations they have made for the last two years – these donations are channelled straight into support for our teaching staff.
If we collectively swipe our MySchool or Woollies cards more than 206 times in April 2022 we could both win!
Each swipe is an entry.
Hartspace is hosting a charity auction and donating a portion of the funds to African Angels. They will be selling pieces from 35 East London artists offering diversity in technique as well as subject matter. There is bound to be something for every taste so put it in your diary and pop along on the […]
Art For Art partnered with our school in 2017 to provide funding for visual arts classes and visual art materials for our Angels. This non-profit organisation, founded by Julia Stahlman, a student and artist in the United States, started by selling the original artworks created by the African Angels learners and using 100% of the proceeds supported the teaching of a visual arts programme and materials at the school.