ALGOA CARES


Algoa Cares is our Corporate Social Investment programme. Algoa Cares was started in 1997 with the aim to support local non-profit organisations with their mission to help and empower those in need, especially the most vulnerable within our community. We use the power of radio to increase awareness, influence positive change and inspire the development of our broadcast area. Algoa Cares has three focus areas namely: Health and Welfare, Education and Skills Development, and the Environment and Sustainability. The initiative highlights star projects that model sustainability.

1. CARES ON-AIR
Mio Khondleka and Queenie Grootboom interviews a different charity representative every Wednesday between 12h30 and 13h00 to help increase awareness about their non-profit organisation. To apply for an interview, simply complete the online application form below.

2. CARES PROMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Community and fundraising events/initiatives can be promoted on-air and online via the Whats Happening Feature. Send your event information to carolann@algoafm.co.za .

3. CARES EVENTS
Organisations also have the opportunity to apply to be a beneficiary to the Algoa Cares charity initiatives listed below.

• Algoa Cares Charity Golf Day (Port Elizabeth)

• Algoa Cares Charity Golf Day (East London)



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11:10 (GMT+2) Fri, 13 May 2016
Algoa Cares May 11th : Ubomi Obutsha Centre The very nature of the community and environment surrounding the Ubomi Obutsha Centre makes the lives of all the children living within it vulnerable to the destructive cycle of poverty which will poten
11:10 (GMT+2) Fri, 13 May 2016
Algoa Cares May 4th : Walmer Community Development Forum This organization is dedicated to feeding the needy children in the Walmer township area of Port Elizabeth. They supply essential staple foodstuffs such as rice,soy,maize meal and fresh vege
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares 20th January 2016 : Today Algoa Cares features the NPO, Kleinskool Initiative. This organization focuses on the education and welfare of disadvantaged youngsters living in this impoverished area and surrounds. They are currently funde
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares March 2nd : WESSA This week Algoa Cares features the NPO WESSA. WESSA is a dynamic environmental organisation with a mission to implement high impact environmental and conservation projects that promote public participation in caring f
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares 24th February 2016 : This week Algoa Cares features the NPO Symphonia for South Africa NPC . This organisation seeks to improve the prospects of children in the estimated 20 000 under resourced schools across our country. They do this
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
  KICK and Algoa Cares invite you to join us in supporting a great project called In Their Shoes.    Algoa FM’s KayCee Rossouw has embraced an initiative that challenges him to step out of his daily routine and into
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares 17th February 2016 : This week Algoa Cares features the NPO Missing Children South Africa. This public benefit organisation offers essential assistance to the South African Police Force when a child goes missing. Due to the fact that
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares 10th February 2016 : This week Algoa Cares features the NPO CHOC ahead of International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day on Monday February the 15th. International Childhood Cancer Day is a global collaborative campaign to raise
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares 3rd February 2016 :      This week Algoa Cares features the NPO CANSA in recognition of World Cancer Day which takes place on Thursday the 4th February. As a cancer control organisation that has branches throug
10:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 May 2016
Algoa Cares 26th January 2016 : Today Algoa Cares features the NPO Kuselo Youth and Child Care Centre. This centre’s aim is to render specialised services to all vulnerable and needy children within the EasternCape, with particular emphasis on