Angel Gown

Sally Trollip

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Sally sent us her floral print two pieces wedding gown which was pulled together with a maroon cloak. She also sent us an assortment of men’s formalwear. A total of 15 Angel Gowns were repurposed just from your wedding gown alone – that is 15 families we are able to assist. Thank you Sally for […]

Angel Gown

Hermien Beukes

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This plain gown is perfectly framed with the beading detail and we framed perfectly the 9 special Angel Gowns we repurposed from this gown. Thank you Hermirn for your special donation! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team.

Angel Gown

Carmen Petersen

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Carmen joined us earlier this year in April during our charity sewing day hosted by Sew ‘n Sensations. She donated several pieces of fabric that came from leftover projects her mother worked on. The two dresses came from her sister. The white she wore as the miniature version of a brides wedding gown, while the […]

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Rubi’s Rainbow of Hope

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Janene Levy Nates is the mother of the darling little girl that founded the charitable organisation called Rubi’s Rainbow of Hope. They made contact with us after our article in GoodThingsGuy, and they themselves have also been featured on them. They offered to serve as a collection point for us in Constantia and shortly thereafter […]

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Hoop

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These gowns came to us through Bok Radio’s charitable branch, Hoop. Thank you Hoop for sharing your special gowns with us! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team.

Angel Gown

Liezell Pollock

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This donation is a very good example to the question “Do you only take wedding gowns?” – as you can see, we take all sorts! Liezell was so kind as to donate three of her preloved evening gowns. And as you can see we four different colours here, from blue with black, maroon, and then […]

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Marietjie Tosen

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With these gowns came this letter: “Hope this dress will be transformed to very beautiful Angel Gowns.” Thank you Marietjie for sharing your special gowns with us! Eric Elronde and the TAGI team.