Blog

30 Mar

Weston Kamanga

Evening Glynne, I would like to thank you for the great and wonderful work you are doing for the people like me, who sometimes feel like killing themselves but you will always step in and say don’t!! We are here as helping Angels to support you. I lost so much hope in life thinking of ending up my life but you’ve been always there to help and support me and my son, you have paid my rent, you have helped...

20 Nov

Emily Langa

Thanks Glynne from The Angel Network and 3 Way Marketing. Our young men were very happy with their Xmas presents. ...

18 Nov

Thembi Tshabalala

As Mshengu Music culture foundation hereby thanking The Angel Network for being such an Angel, we are so humbled when we look back from the beginning of this year the impact you’ve made. The way you made it so possible to help different communities, orphanage home , old age centres, schools, disadvantaged children. It can only take a passion and a good heart to do what you are doing. We are really grateful for changing peoples lives by feeding, educating, building and caring for...

11 Nov

Natalie Cohen Rabson

At this time of year our counsellors at our Campus are very busy and the wellness blog heavily used by overwhelmed students. Aside from academic stress and environmental pressures our students often have the added anxiety over unpaid fees. The institution cannot waive external  exam fees unfortunately.  We owe an ENORMOUS thank you to the Angel Network who have  spread their wings to help both Witness Nkosi as well as Nthabiseng Seqebu get to their final steps.  Without the Angel...

10 Feb

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 mother’s house and his shack, containing all of his belongings was burned by boys from the school who were bullying him. He was left only...