International collaboration between TAGI and AGWNY

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As TAGI grows and gather more attention, we now also have an international following. A charitable organization in America, Angel Gowns of Western New York, has reached out to us with interest to collaborate in South Africa. Please read the full story here.

Interview with Andre Weidemann from Kwela, KykNet.

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On 3 February 2019 we were privileged with having Kwela air a touching interview about our organisation on national television. This was the third time we had been aired on national television for 3 years in a row and at this stage we are not even officially 2 years old! The impact of this specific…

Fokus SABC2 does a follow up.

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Not even a year later Danie Hefers from Fokus SABC2 came to interview us in our newly renovated new office. So great was our strides and accomplishments since his first interview with us that Danie decided to share with their viewers what we had accomplished. A big focus of the interview was on how much…

Die Burger Publishes Follow Up Article

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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!

GoodThingsGuy.com features TAGI

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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.

TAGI is inlcuded as part of perinatal bereavement training.

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Nicci Coertze, the founder of South Africa’s first ever online perinatal bereavement training, has approached us to include our organisation as part of her training material. This will enable anyone working with our Angel Gown™ garments to understand how they work and the spirit behind them. Thank you Nicci for this generous TAGI first!