Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Desmond Tutu is known as the first black Archbishop of Cape Town and he took a part in helping to draw international attention to apartheid in South Africa. Currently, he is active as a social activist. In 1997 Desmond Tutu was diagnosed with prostate cancer. He became a patron for the South African Prostate Cancer Foundation in 2007. ​ When he heard about our organisation and what we did for the children in Tygerberg Hospital (he is also actively involved in Tygerberg Hospital) he wanted to get involved in our other projects and “put smiles on children’s faces”.

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Chane' de Kock

Chane’ is the founder of Vibrant Health Plan and the Let’s Be Food Smart Campaign, she is also a mother of 3 children. She loves to help women to take good care of themselves and their families. ​ Chane’s mission is to inspire women to be authentic and to see the beauty hidden within themselves. She also strives to educate people about healthier food choices. Chane’ chose to work with the organization because she read about the ‘’feeding systems’’ and up lifting programs in different communities, she gives the organization guidance when it comes to natural health nutrition.

Sasha Lee Davids

Sasha Lee Davids

Sasha Lee Davids was born in Atlantis, Western Cape, South Africa and is one of the patrons for our organization. She chose to work with the organization because she wants to give back to poor communities as she grew up in a poor community. Sarah Lee is involved with the organization’s projects like making gardens, painting parks and buildings for the children, and playing with the children, cooking and feeding them after school.

Margaret Hirsh Ambassador

Margaret Hirsh Ambassador

Margaret Hirsh is a business woman in South Africa as she is running the multimillion-rand Appliance and Electronic organization Hirsch’s . This dynamic woman believes in the projects that Out of Africa Children’s Foundation does for the communities and the children. She promoted our project called ‘’Suppliers giving back to Make a Difference’’ in 2014 and she supported the sales of the SMEG tickets in her stores for funding in 2016 for our organization.

Bianca Langedyk

Bianca Langedyk

Little Bianca is the youngest of our patrons and is not only Miss Tiny South Africa 2013 but she has received the following awards: – Miss Petite Africa 2014 – Junior Queen of Africa 2014 – Tiny Queen of the Universe 2013 – Face of Cincere 2013