The Orange Babies NGO is fortunate to have a number of well-known and generous ambassadors who represent the organisation. In South Africa we are privileged to be represented by Criselda Kananda, Marc Lottering, Marianne Fassler, Arnold Tanzer and Sam Nhlengethwa. Our ambassadors not only present the story of Orange Babies to the public, but also volunteer their time, talent and networks to help our cause. They also represent Orange Babies at various national and international meetings. By making the foundation’s objectives known, the ambassadors ensure that awareness of HIV/AIDS – especially in relation to PMTCT and OVC, continues to grow. Their dedication to our cause not only generates media exposure for Orange Babies, but also garners interest from influential people and companies.
Orange Babies operates according to a simple principle of ‘telling, showing and involving people’. The work of its ambassadors goes a long way towards making this a reality.
Marc Lottering is a stand-up comedian from Cape Town, well known both locally and internationally.
Criselda Kananda is a radio DJ, motivational speaker, counselor, ex-nurse, television presenter and columnist based in Johannesburg.
Arnold Tanzer is an award winning chef, business owner and culinary producer.
Marianne Fassler is South Africa’s most iconic fashion designer who owns and operates from Leopard Frock, her creative workshop in Saxonwold, Johannesburg.
Sam Nhlengethwa is a world-renowned South African artist based in Johannesburg.
Jason, Donovan and Nicholas Goliath are brothers, performers and comedians who host shows across South Africa, with their flagship club, the Goliath Comedy Club in Melrose Arch, Johannesburg.