Rebuilding Little Angels HomeQuality Residential Care for Disabled ChildrenPBO: 930026059 / NPO: 045-541The organisation was founded in May 2005 and formally registered as an NPO under the name, little Angels Care & Rehabilitation Centre for Physically & Mentally Challenged Children.
We provide expert and special residential 24/7 care to 16 physically and intellectually disabled children in the Helderberg area. 
We continuously strive to provide these children a home that is safe, secure and protected and take pride in meeting the special needs of each individual child to enable them to reach their own unique potential. 
This can only be achieved through the dedication and passion of our amazing staff. To the children they are so much more than just care workers, they become their mothers in the process, for many the only mother they know. For our employees this is so much more than just a job, it is a vocation.

We believe that any organisation, no matter if it is an NPO or a corporate need to look after and care for the biggest asset of any organisation - the employees. As part of this we believe that the growth and development of our staff is critical to enable and equip them with what they need so that they can give our children the best care they need.

As an NPO we remain dependant on funding and donations from individuals, private organisations and philanthropic institutions to achieve our goals and objectives. The Board has identified three critical projects for the next twelve months which we will focus on in the coming issues.
Rebuilding Little Angels Home1. Rebuilding the house
2. Bursary scheme for our employees
3. Nappy fund
The home that our children currently reside is was a normal residence that was converted into a home for the children through various projects since the inception of the organisation. This unfortunately resulted in a home that comprises of add-ons that does not really suite the requirements. The home is also in need of critical maintenance and the up keep is getting arduous and exceedingly expensive. It was therefore decided, based on costs analyses and in consultation with field experts, that the best solution would be to rebuild the house from the ground up. The cost estimate is R6.5million.

Our aim is to start with the demolishing of the current house and be ready for the new build by April 2022. This however mean that we need to secure the funding for this project within the next 4 months.
We believe the new design will not only provide for all the facilities required but also be a warm and safe space for the children and our employees
To become part of our wonderful journey please contact:
Marisa von Brandis: ( Chairperson)

T: + 2 7 83 445 22 91

Tanya de Jager (Operations Manager)
T: +27 82 587 6162
E:"It is only with love and true compassion that we can begin to mend what is broken in this world."