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:

09:00 (GMT+2) Wed, 22 Nov 2017
LittleBigSouls is an NPO and acts as the voice of the preterm baby born in Africa Top 3 projects:Project 1:Baby Preemie & Me Symposium : Providing a vital educational platform for health care providers and parents on the best practices
11:26 (GMT+2) Thu, 09 Nov 2017
The Algoa FM Big Walk for Cancer presented by the Eastern Cape Department of Health took place on Saturday, 4 November 2017.Take a look back:
09:00 (GMT+2) Wed, 08 Nov 2017
Vistarus Mission Station trading as Comserve MinistriesCategory: Health and Welfare, Education and Skills Development or PhilanthropyWho we are:Our main aim is to uplift the broken and homeless, uplift the community and rebuild body, soul and spirit
10:45 (GMT+2) Wed, 01 Nov 2017
The Igazi Foundation since it's inception in 2010 has been aware that the Eastern Cape is considered by South African haematologists to have a high incidence of blood cancers. This concern motivated the initiation of a multidisciplinary research
08:02 (GMT+2) Wed, 25 Oct 2017
Category:  Philanthropy (Christmas Cheer)Each year the above Rotary Clubs run the Tree of Joy a project, started about 15 years ago, to bring joy to the less fortunate people of PE. This project involves about 37 charities and 3 000 recipients o
09:00 (GMT+2) Wed, 18 Oct 2017
Category: PhilanthropySanta Shoebox Project collects and distributes gifts at Christmas time to underprivileged children around SA and Namibia.Statistics Providing 100 000 children annually with a Santa Shoebox at Christmas timeA success st
09:26 (GMT+2) Wed, 11 Oct 2017
St Francis Hospice provides palliative care to the community in the Nelson Mandela Metro and surrounds since 1986. We offer a holistic programme of comprehensive home-based care & support to some 400 patients in the final stages of a life-threate
10:48 (GMT+2) Wed, 04 Oct 2017
Category: Education and Skills DevelopmentA NPO to educate the kids in our community musically, to show that Northern arrears is not just gangster stricken, but have talent. we requested media support on Mandela day but to no avail, you should r
09:00 (GMT+2) Wed, 27 Sep 2017
Category: Health and Welfare, Education and Skills Development or Philanthropy: Animal WelfareDescription of beneficiaryA group of animal lovers that perform random acts of kindness. We raise funds by doing events, markets etc.We then spend the
09:00 (GMT+2) Wed, 20 Sep 2017
Retina SA (RSA) is a registered non-profit organisation dedicated to finding the causes of and treatment for all people affected by inherited retinal disorders.Retina SA is the only organisation in South Africa fighting inherited retinal blindness. R