ALGOA CARES

Algoa cares is our corporate social investment programme. Algoa cares was started in 1997 with the aim of supporting local non-profit organisations in 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 those in 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 successful projects that create sustainability within vulnerable communities.

1. Cares on-air

Mio Khondleka interviews a representative from a different charity every Wednesday between 12h30 and 13h00 to raise 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 what’s happening feature. 

To share you event online, click here: What's Happening Submission

Please note that this page is limited to non-profit events

To apply to be on air, click on the link below:




09:24 (GMT+2) Fri, 16 Nov 2018
Our Story From a small support initiative founded in 1995 for women who are survivors of domestic violence and rape, Masimanyane has grown into a global equality and social justice organisation that is locally rooted but globally connected.Our F
11:24 (GMT+2) Fri, 09 Nov 2018
Nkosinathi Foundation is an NGO that provides life changing rehabilitation and independence skill training services to blind and partially sighted adults and children in Port Elizabeth and its surrounding rural areas. Our organisation celebrated its
08:26 (GMT+2) Tue, 06 Nov 2018
Upon visiting our local municipal pound to select a puppy three years ago, we found the facility an inefficient, tragic seven-day stay-over until dogs and cats were PTS (“put to sleep”).  Since there is nobody called somebody - WE de
11:45 (GMT+2) Fri, 26 Oct 2018
BACKGROUND OF THE ORGANIZATION:Oosterland CYCC is situated in Despatch, Eastern Cape, South Africa, and has been a safe haven since 1980 for destitute and vulnerable children who have been found in need of care by the Children’s Court due to ab
11:19 (GMT+2) Fri, 19 Oct 2018
The potential of millions of young children is lost due to our inability to provide families access to quality play-based early childhood education programmes. Cotlands exists to close the access gap by offering innovative programmes that promote pla
08:42 (GMT+2) Fri, 12 Oct 2018
Cancer is not a walk in the park.  It’s not even a marathon.  It’s a long walk of illnesses.  And when this race gets tough, walkers support and encourage each other.  In the same way, cancer survivors also need practi
09:20 (GMT+2) Fri, 05 Oct 2018
 The South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG) is a registered Non-Profit Organisation, a Registered Section 21 Company, with an 18A tax exemption. SADAG is the leading voice of patient advocacy in the mental health sector, working in u
11:49 (GMT+2) Mon, 01 Oct 2018
 Who we areWe are all connected, and each of us has the opportunity, responsibility and privilege to be agents of social change.Relate bracelets are handmade and sold to make a difference and change lives. As a 100% not-for-profit social enterpr
10:29 (GMT+2) Tue, 25 Sep 2018
What we doThe Sunflower Fund fights blood diseases like Leukaemia through the recruitment of stem cell donors and maintaining a registry of potential donors committed to helping anyone in need of a life-saving stem cell transplant. We fundraise to co
11:21 (GMT+2) Mon, 17 Sep 2018
 The Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa (HSFSA) is embracing the World Heart Federation theme: My Heart Your Heart and going a mile further too by extending the theme for South Africa to: My Heart Your Heart and the Hearts of all South Afr