Christmas Cheer through Crowdfunding
Angel Projects launches crowdfunding camping to bring food and joy to needy children this Christmas.

Angel Projects founder and CEO, Brenda Scheepers, today announced they are joining the crowdfunding revolution as fellow South Africans get behind their campaign in a bid to raise enough funds to provide gifts and food hampers to approximately 1500 children in townships across South Africa via the Crowdfunding website,

Pugh shares his experiences

Pugh shares his experiences                                                                                          By Michelle Dennis

Lewis Pugh is a remarkable man. He is the first person to complete a long distance swim in every ocean of the world and has pioneered more swims around famous land marks than anyone else.

Help brighten up a school

Help brighten up a school

Angel Projects needs your help. The group is looking for up to 15 volunteers to help paint a crèche near Phoenix on Saturday 18 June.

“After almost a year of wanting to work in the Amaoti Township just outside Phoenix, we have finally got a very kind sponsor from WS Lloyd to paint a crèche, Amaqhawesizwe. We are looking for volunteers to help us on Saturday,” said Werda Grunewald from Angel Projects.

Veggie Tunnels to beat hunger

Veggie Tunnels to beat hunger

Sibaya Casino together with Angel Projects built 2 vegetable tunnels which will assist the Domino Foundation in sustaining their soup kitchen in Phoenix.

Brookdale Kitchen of the Domino Foundation received a major boost to their soup kitchen with the donation of two vegetable food tunnels sponsored by Sibaya Casino and Angel Projects.

Hunger for Veggie growth

Hunger for Veggie growth

Sibaya Casino’s Corporate Social Investment (CSI) team put their hands to the plough in aid of the Angel Projects, Domino Foundation Vegetable Tunnel development. The first phase of the tunnels took place on Tuesday 22 October where 2 000 seedlings were planted by the Sibaya CSI team.

ADT Security staff gets their hands dirty in support of Earth Week by building a vegetable tunnel for Imbaliyezwe Junior Primary School in Inchanga.

Veggie tunnel gives new hope

ADT Security staff got their hands dirty in a worthwhile community project, constructing a vegetable tunnel for an underprivileged school.

This year’s lucky recipient is Imbaliyezwe Junior Primary School, in Inchanga. One thousand spinach seedlings were planted during this year’s Earth Week and, in addition, the school is able to generate income through selling spinach to surrounding schools in the community.