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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12:15 (GMT+2) Fri, 29 Jul 2016
This past Wednesday Mio and Queenie hosted Thobeka Mduduma in the studio to chat about the NPO, Sithandiwe, an NPO she started single handedly. This amazing woman is involved in a feeding scheme AND went back to study when in her forties so
12:38 (GMT+2) Tue, 26 Jul 2016
Last week on Algoa Cares Mio and Queenie caught up with Heloise Terblanche from Thembalethu Square Development Programme. This organisation does some amazing work with impoverished youngsters in the George footprint of Algoa Country. Find o
08:26 (GMT+2) Mon, 25 Jul 2016
Algoa Cares July 27th : Sithandiwe Sithandiwe NPO is active in Kwazakhele, Port Elizabeth and currently focuses on two projects, the Siyanqoba soup-kitchen and the Malukhanye Pre-school. The story behind the Sianqoba soup kitchen :15 years ago T
08:00 (GMT+2) Tue, 19 Jul 2016
Cares July 20th : Thembalethu Square Development ProgrammThey are a community based voluntary Non - Profit Organisation established to serve and support needy children by providing: an environment for activities that will contribute to the positive d
11:59 (GMT+2) Mon, 11 Jul 2016
ALGOA FM BLOODLINE DAY 2016 is in YOUR handsThe 19th annual Algoa FM Bloodline Day is taking place on 13 July 2016 and you can be part of this great initiative, by donating a unit of blood.  The target for this year is to collect 800 units of bl
11:59 (GMT+2) Mon, 04 Jul 2016
Algoa Cares July 6th : The Jeffreys Bay Trauma Support CentreThis NPO offers comprehensive trauma counselling services to survivors of any type of trauma, including survivors of rape, domestic violence, child abuse, home invasions, crime, a
08:06 (GMT+2) Mon, 04 Jul 2016
Last week Mio and Queenie had a chat to the Marketing and Fundraising Manager of the NPO ,Uviwe, Candice Botha.  Uviwe was for many years know as Childline. Under their new name this organsiation is still doing incredible work when it comes
10:08 (GMT+2) Mon, 27 Jun 2016
Algoa Cares 29th June : Uviwe Child and Youth ServicesUviwe (previously known as PE Child Line) is a registered Non-Profit Child Protection Organisation situated in Port Elizabeth. Their primary focus is the ‘’protection of children’s rights’’ and to
08:00 (GMT+2) Mon, 27 Jun 2016
We’re inviting you to join the Algoa Cares Madiba Day celebrations when we open up our hearts to share the love and warmth from Saturday, 16 July to Monday, 18 July 2016.We start with making 2500 litres of soup on Saturday in Port Elizabeth, 250 000
11:55 (GMT+2) Fri, 24 Jun 2016
The KWT SPCA is in dire straits. Find out how you can help them to keep their doors open! Take a listen to the highlights package of their interview on Algoa Cares!