Jul 10, 2017

African Angels Independent School Mandela Day Activities 18 July 2017

Petro Taljaard, Baso Mthembu, Zandie Rwaxa Makaula from Aurecon at African Angels paying it forward on a past Mandela Day.  

Join African Angels for Mandela Day 2017 in South Africa!

Come and give your 67 minutes this Mandela Day (18 July) with African Angels as they undertake their most ambitious Mandela Day ever! Two different Chintsa East locations with varying volunteering tasks, and a colouring in compo!

We are inviting individuals, companies and business, schools and families to pay it forward with the Angels on the 2017 Mandela Day.      
 

African Angels, a local non profit organisation, works in the East Coast Resorts area, just outside East London, and is committed to providing quality primary school education via the African Angels Independent School.  

New to 2017, the Angels, and their partners are installing a community located, container based, computer hub and book exchange smack bang in middle of the Chintsa East village dubbed the Chintsa East Community Learning Centre.

For schools we are also running our popular Mandela Day Colouring in competition again.

African Angels Independent School 9am - 2pm

Bring your friends and family to the African Angels Independent School and help with the following indoor activities. Hostel painting (indoor / max 10 ppl).  Sorting donations and books(indoor / max 6ppl).  Computer maintenance (indoor / max 2 ppl).  Tiling 3 shower floors, erecting shower curtain rails (indoor / max 6 ppl).


Chintsa East Community Learning Centre 7am - 2pm

Flip the switch at the HUB in Chintsa East Township. Join community members to ...  Sort and shelve over 2000 reading books (indoor / max 10 ppl).  Dig and plantthe succulent garden (outdoor / max 20 ppl).  Paint the containers(outdoor / max 10 ppl).  Roof construction and building a bottle brick wall can be done prior to Mandela Day.

Colouring In Comp.  Entries close Mon 15 August.

Have your class colour in for Mandela Day! Download our Mandela Day colouring in compo, decide on the entry fee and go wild.The Angels love RED twisties and crayons. Please ask for a red twistie or crayon with the colouring entry fee.

Are you interested?

Please contact us to participate, or make a donation through the Global Giving site for materials that can be used on the day.

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Jun 5, 2017

May Art at African Angels

Self portrait collage - Yonela
Self portrait collage - Yonela

Thanks to your donations, we are forging ahead delivering visual arts lessons to the children at African Angels.  

Our Grade 7 class has been fortunate to have weekly lessons from Lynne Farrenkothen, a talented graphic designed with a love for children.  Having our visual arts space dedicated to art has been amazing.  Although we are still renovating, it is wonderful to have the art resources that let the children create.  

One of our learners in Grade 7 who struggles with academics is shining in the visual arts classes, and last term received top marks. What a confidence builder for him.

Wherever possible we enter the childrens' work in local South African and international art competitions so that the children might gain more recognition for doing something they clearly love.  

Thank you for donating to our visual arts project.  We have not yet hit our target for this project, but we are close and have received two new donations in the last 48 hours!  

Lou and the Angels x

Flowers - Hlomla
Flowers - Hlomla
Self portrait - Indie
Self portrait - Indie
Mar 27, 2017

African Angels Art Work Chosen

Our crowdfunding campaign is to raise funds to for art classes and an art space at African Angels.  Your donation will be used to achieve that this year.  But we thought you might like to hear about two of our learners whose work has already been chosen for entry to two prestigious art competitions.

Oyama (below) has been with African Angels since he started school.  He is the middle of three boys, and all the boys in the family are known for their outstanding manners and gentleness.  Oyama has been taking 'art' as part of his normal curriculum, and this month, his painting has been selected to represent South Africa in the 48th World Schools art exhibition held annually in the Republic of China.

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Owethu from Grade R (below) has had her picture selected to travel to Cape Town next term to compete in the prestigious Santam Art Exhibition

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Now imagine what the African Angels will achieve if they have access to quality art supplies and an art space? Watch this space!

Thank you for your ongoing support of the Angels.  If you'd like to be added to our mailing list to receive monthly updates on what the Angels are up to please let Lou Billett know via email loukbillett@gmail.com

Wishing you a wonderful week!

Lou

 
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