Success Stories

These are only a few of the extraordinary success stories we have to share.

Smanga

The Angel Network Durban was approached to help Smanga, a 14 year old who walks from the township where he lives, every Saturday, to volunteer his time at the Toti SPCAs Edu-Paw programme, helping to educate the other children on how to care for their dogs. He stays in a tin shack outside of his…

Siboniso

Siboniso, an 11 year old, was diagnosed with severe autism after suffering severe bullying at a mainstream school in grade 1 and 2.  As a result of his family’s financial situation, he was unable to attend a special needs school which was too expensive. Each day, Siboniso would put on his uniform, lace up his…

Esau

Esau is an 8-year-old autistic child with absolutely no speech, language or communication abilities.  Out of desperation, his father contacted The Angel Network after exhausting all resources to get Esau into a school. The Department of Education offered no assistance whatsoever.   Dr Cara Hollander, an audiologist and member of The Angel Network took it…

Sandile

A security guard named Sandile approached us needing R4 000 to register for a Diploma in Transportation at the University of Johannesburg. He explained that he would be able to pay the course fees of R11 500 with his salary during the year, but desperately needed the R4 000 to register before 28th February. Not…

Lwandile

Lwandile approached The Angel Network for assistance after receiving his Bachelor of Business Science, specialising in Finance and Accounting. He was hoping to study honours but had no financial means to do so. The Angel Network was able to arrange a scholarship of R30 000 through SA Link for him to do his Honours in…

Randy

Randy, an amazing Accounting Science student, is doing everything he can to raise money for his studies, including organising a golf day, and talking on the radio after his single mother had a stroke and was left paralysed. U-Rent Car, Van and Truck Rental donated R150 000 to assist Randy with fees for his residence,…

Vezo

Vezo, a fifth year medical student grew up in poverty… life was tough and hope hard to come by. Unable to finance her tertiary education, she approached The Angel Network, who have assisted her in breaking her cycle of poverty. She will also pay it forward to her community one day soon as a qualified…