Articles Posted in the " Non-profit " Category

  • New Beginnings

    New Beginnings: Marihet Infantino has been elected general manager after being a part of AMCARE for six years. Marihet has a master’s degree in social work from the University of Johannesburg, as well as varied experience in the field. Most importantly, she has a dedicated spirit. Nadine Mason, the social work supervisor at AMCARE, describes her co-worker […]


  • The Registering Of A Branch

    The Registering Of A Branch: AfriForum will be registering their Alberton branch tonight at the Alberton rugby club ill is welcome to attend the evening starts at 18:00. Kallie Kriel will address the community in the registration will then immediately take place. The community and existing members are invited to participate in the election of AfriForum Alberton branch […]


  • Why Advertise With MyAlberton

    In the sophisticated South African media market, smart consumers expect retailers to have an online presence. Newspaper websites (a sub-category of News and Information) had almost 17 million unique visitors in September 2012, spending an average of 36 minutes per visitor on newspaper sites. The number of internet users is on a rapid rise worldwide and the […]


  • Why Advertise With MyAlberton

    In the sophisticated South African media market, smart consumers expect retailers to have an online presence. Newspaper websites (a sub-category of News and Information) had almost 17 million unique visitors in September 2012, spending an average of 36 minutes per visitor on newspaper sites. The number of internet users is on a rapid rise worldwide and the […]


  • MyAlberton – Mandela Day

    A pot making company  based in Cape Town has committed to making at least 67 liters of soup for 11 children’s charity organisations for Mandela Day.Jess Mouneimne, the campaign’s organiser, says they wanted to treat the children to a healthy, high quality, tasty treat. She says they will be preparing about 15 liters of soup […]



  • Ligstad Alberton

      Ligstad is a non profit organisation in Alberton offering services to children and the elderly. Ligstad  has two important principals: • Pro-active services instead of Reactive services: General circumstances and the immediate environment are attended to and improved before reactive services are sought from other welfare organisations. • Independence from the welfare system vs. […]


  • Karabo – Every child a whole child

    At Karabo our business is children. We care for children from all walks of life and all ethnic groups. Our dream is to create a world where children can develop to their full potential and become the adults that God intended them to be. We do this by assisting schools and parents in the task of […]


  • Rhino poachers in custody

    The four rhino poachers remained in custody after they appeared in the Magistrate’s Court in the north of KwaZulu-Natal on charges of poaching and possession of unlicensed firearms.  The arrest took place in a private game reserve in the area. According to SABC News 36 suspected rhino poachers have been arrested in the province but only 18 […]


  • SANBS blood stock level is low at only 3.2 days

    SANBS blood stock level is low at only 3.2 days and they need your help. SANBS is a non-profit organisation, and provides an essential service to South Africans. SANBS is rated amongst the best in the world in the provision of blood. Individual Blood Stock Levels Blood Type Days of Stock Remaining Group O 3.2 Days Group […]


  • Volunteers urgently needed

    Affordable after-school care to the community of Alberton(Alberton North, Florentia and older parts) Ligstad Aftercare Center has grown substantially since 2012.  Volunteers offer up their time between 14:30 till 16:00. Volunteers do not receive any remuneration for their services. Ligstad After-school Care Centre is situated at NG Feesgemeente’s Hall on the corner of Van Riebeeck […]


  • National Council of SPCA’s

    Mission To prevent cruelty and promote the welfare of all animals. Vision To end animal cruelty in South Africa and to engender compassion for all animals. Who are we? The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) was founded in 1955 as the Federation of SPCAs to provide a forum to bring uniformity to welfare legislation and […]


  • Amcare

    In 2001 a vision was born and Rev Neil Robinson and the Leaders of the Alberton Methodist Church decided to establish an outreach program t o reach out in love and care to its broader community …to feed the hungry, care for the destitute, heal the sick and look after the orphans and the elderly. […]