Little Angels, based in the Western Cape province of South Africa, is involved with various activities, all aimed at making a difference to as many lives as possible in needy communities.

We have a number of projects which include day care centres, soup kitchens, feeding schemes and a home for the aged and physically challenged.   Some of these projects  are close to us in the southern suburbs of the Cape Peninsula, whilst most of the outreach projects are further afield along the West Coast of the Western Cape and one on the Garden Route.   All the projects are managed from our office and help centre which is based in Fish Hoek, a southern suburb of Cape Town.

Many children are cared for in our family home and we also aid others in their own homes or projects through our Help Centre and outreach programmes.

Volunteering opportunities exist for local and foreign participants and we also enable school learners to work in hours towards their community service requirements, the latter subject to space and time availability. (Please visit our volunteering page)

LITTLE ANGELS does not receive a Government grant (as we are not registered as a Childrens' Home), only gifts from individuals and donations from companies (on an irregular basis.) Although we are blessed with clothing and equipment, we need to raise sufficient funds for day to day running costs. We trust in God to provide for this ministry and we truly appreciate all prayers and gifts.
We just would not be able to achieve any of our goals or successes, were it not for the wonderful support of our donors and sponsors.  We are truly grateful to people such as yourselves, who help us to make a difference in the lives of the needy, for whom we care.

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Copyright 2001 - 2012 Little Angels (013-197 NPO)


Registered with the Department of Social Development as a Non Profit Organisation (Reg.No. 013-197 NPO)
and as a Public Benefit Organisation (Reg. No. 18/11/13/994)