Wow! where has the time gone. Five years since we got in our very first baby to take of. I can still vividly remember that call I received to let me know that there is a baby for us to take care of. Since its inception that is all we wanted - a baby to take care of.
During these very trying times of learning and getting to know all about the red tape that surrounds us we managed to take care of 28 babies. Twenty eight babies that we loved and cared for with every fiber of our being, making it bitter sweet when they had to be reunited with their families or joining their forever families. We love every minute of our job, as someone pointed to out to us one day "we have the best job that life has to offer".
We would like to thank everyone that helped us over the past five years and who continue to help. Without you our home cannot exist. A truly humble thank you.
When I turned 50 and realised that I still have time to do something worthwhile with my life, I decided to get out of the corporate world and do what I loved, helping others.
Babies and children are my passion. After years of volunteering at various children’s’ homes both here and abroad, the decision to open up a home for abandoned babies was easy.
That was the easy part... Once started there were plenty hurdles to overcome until we finally did it. In March 2014, the home was finally opened when we took in our first baby girl, Thando. It was the most exciting news that I received and it melted all the hardships into the background, we finally started.
We at Angels believe that no one should ever feel unloved, so we strive to take the utmost care of all the babies placed with us. We will always ensure that we give the babies the love and stimulation that is required for their development.
My heartfelt thanks goes to all who have assisted in making this dream a reality and those who continue to lovingly support the home, without your generosity, love and support none of this would have been possible . Thank you for being a part of the Angel Family – together we can make a difference.
Founder & Chairman
“It is not how much we give, but how much love we put into giving”