Last year we were printed in Die Burger and nationally in her sister newspapers, Die Beeld and Die Volksblad, for the first time. This year again we were printed nationally. Last year we were printed on page 6 and this year we moved up to page 3!
Early Sunday morning Jana Breytenbach published another article about TAGI on Netwerk 24, documenting our achievements over the past year.
We were invited back to Smile Fm, this time for a live interview on “The Naked Truth” by Benito Vergotine.
We were hosted live on Hashtag Radio by the energetic Hani du Toit.
A friend sent an email to GoodThingsGuy.com about our initiative yesterday. Shortly thereafter we were contacted by Tyler Vivier and got the exciting news this morning that they featured a story on TAGI! It is so beautiful, well done! Here is a link to the article.
The first time Eric was asked to be a guest speaker was in October 2017 at a monthly gathering of The Compassionate Friends. It was an impromptu request and skilled at public talking, Eric didn’t flinch. This time, however, was different. Eric was asked to be a guest speaker at TCF’s Nation Annual Gathering to…
“365 days later, over 300 Angel Gown™ garments, so many donations, wonderful people and happy memories! TAGI has gone from a one-time-favour to national distribution to international recognition in less than a year! Thank you to everyone of our sponsors, donors, Ambassadors, collection points, advocates, friends, family and every last person that supported, encouraged and…
We were hosted on “Late Nights with Sara-Jayne King” by none other than Sara-Jayne King!
Initially when TAGI was founded we decided to keep our Angel Gown™ garments gender neutral, and although it was very successful one question kept emerging: Are the Angel Gown™ garments for girls only? We listened to our market and adjusted accordingly. In November 2018 we restructured our production line and replaced the gender neutral line…
Netcare is the second private hospital group to join the TAGI family, with Netcare Kuils River being their first participant. Here we met with Lynn Maritz and she introduced us to some of the other local Netcare hospitals.