Algoa Bay Council For The Aged Nelson Mandela Bay
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Newsletter - March 2016 Article Date : 22 March 2016

“Old age is not a surprise, we knew it was coming – make the most of it. So you may not be as fast on your feet, and the image in your mirror may be a little disappointing, but if you are still functioning and not in pain, gratitude should be the name of the game”. Betty White

Newsletter - March/April 2015 Article Date : 02 April 2015

Through the window - A peek into the lives of the Villagers.

Quarterly Newsletter - May 2014 Article Date : 15 May 2014

Through the window - A peek into the lives of the Villagers.

Through the Window - December 2013 Newsletter Article Date : 06 December 2013

A peek in the lives of the Villagers

Quarterly Newsletter - May 2013 Article Date : 01 May 2013

Through the window. A peek into the lives of the villagers.

Quarterly Newsletter - December 2012 Article Date : 01 December 2012

Through the window. A peek into the lives of the villagers.

Algoa Bay Council for the Aged Inter Service Centre Hat Competition 2011 Article Date : 14 September 2011

Our Service Centres are competing to win stunning prizes in the inter service centre annual hat competition. Older persons from various clubs are making the most stunningly creative hats. Click on the picture on the left to read more

Quarterly Newsletter - April 2011 Article Date : 01 April 2011

Through the window. A peek into the lives of the villagers.

Farmers Market for Buffelsfontein Village Article Date : 18 September 2009

Saturday 31 October 2009 sees the launch of what is hoped to be a monthly farmers market at Buffeslfontein Village on the corner of 17th Avenue and Buffelsfontein Road in Charlo. On offer plenty of homemade, home baked products. Adding to the excitement

The new Mrs Port Elizabeth Article Date : 04 August 2009

Marise Banks crowned as Mrs Port Elizabeth 2009

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What is donor deductable status? What is donor deductable status?

Algoa Bay Council for the Aged has donor deductible status by virtue of being a register Public Benefit Organisation. This enables ABCA to, under restrictive conditions, issue 18A receipts for donations of a specific type and nature. Not all donations will qualify for 18A status and the qualifying criteria are as determined by the SA Revenue Services in legislation.

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