Alex FM and The Share Button Foundation express profound gratitude to the community and sponsors for their unwavering support during our recent outreach event.

The collaboration between the radio station and the foundation culminated in a heartwarming celebration aimed at fostering community spirit and giving back to those in need.

The highlight of the event was witnessing the joy on the faces of the children who participated. Their laughter and enthusiasm illuminated the day, reaffirming our commitment to serving our community’s youth.

“We are immensely grateful to everyone who contributed to the success of our event,” said Karabo Masemola, Founder of The Share Button Foundation. “Your support has fueled our passion to do more for those in need, and we look forward to continuing our efforts together.”

As we reflect on this memorable occasion, we extend a special thank you to Refilwe Legae Home for graciously opening their doors and allowing us to share moments of joy with their residents. This partnership marks the beginning of a long-term commitment to support the home and its invaluable work in our community.

We extend our heartfelt appreciation to our generous sponsors, whose contributions were instrumental in making this event possible:

  • Massmart (Makro)
  • Shoprite
  • FNB
  • Alex Metro Butchery
  • Freedom Supermarket
  • Mr & Miss Alexandra
  • Mohlakanyo
  • Dotnet Photography

Looking ahead, both Alex FM and The Share Button Foundation are excited to announce plans for future initiatives aimed at making a positive impact in Alexandra and beyond. We invite brands and organizations interested in partnering with us to stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to support our Corporate Social Investment (CSI) initiatives.

“We are dedicated to leveraging our resources and platforms to uplift and empower those in need,” stated a Takalane Nemangowe Station Manager of Alex FM. “Together with The Share Button Foundation and our esteemed sponsors, we are committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of individuals and families within our community.”

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