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At Project Brave Heart we believe in Community and the core values of community such as togetherness, understanding, love, unity and support.  When someone is suffering in our community, it is our duty to lend our support.

One way of showing our understanding and empathy is by sharing a story of our own.  It will instill trust, provide hope, advice and help will be welcomed.

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Brave Heart Day is the national non-bullying day for South Africa. Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdown restrictions, we have had to postpone the National Day for 2020 until further notice. Watch this space for a new date!

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Whether a corporate company, government department or school, there is a role for everyone to play. Let us tell you how.

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We have the most extensive program and action plans to help young and old who suffer from bullying. We have information and guides for children, parents and teachers. Our workplace bullying program will roll out soon so watch this space.

About Us

Our Story

Maiveen Boehme launched this registered NPC after being a victim herself to bullying in her school years and later her own daughters.  Going through these traumatic events, especially trying to help her daughters, Maiveen saw the need for a more comprehensive program that would minimize bullying in general.  The main aim is to create an environment in which all South Africans, whether at school or in the workplace and/or in relationships make a stand against bullying and all its aspects. Our long-term vision is to create the most effective anti-bullying movement in SA. Step number one is to create a National Day – Brave Heart Day. This will be the focus for the first year!

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Our vision

The vision and aim of this registered NPC are to prevent or limit the phenomenon of bullying.

We would like to minimize bullying in schools, communities and the workplace by means of effective programs to empower the victims, and to change and help the bully. 

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The main aim of Project Brave Heart is to have an extensive program and an action plan to help young and old who suffer from bullying.  Therefor we provide information and guidelines for school-going children and adults in the workplace.  

What is

Brave Heart Day?

Brave Heart day is implemented as a National day on the 1st Friday of May every year, where we will be creating a massive movement against bullying in South Africa.  The purpose of the day is to create a COMMUNITY SANCTION on bullying by empowering the community with information and by getting their participation in this campaign.  By doing so we will create a NEW environment in South Africa where each citizen will stand up and change its ways so that we can all live in a free and safe environment.  We will be asking all South Africans to wear blue and red (blue for forgiveness and red for love).  We will also have an icon merchandising item available (Our Brave Heart Pins) for purchase and would like to encourage all South Africans to wear this item to show their support for such a huge social problem and their support for a  good cause.

Most of all we want everybody to have fun by doing so!!

Our slogan for BRAVE Heart Day is “Braveheart… where the heart is free to change’’.

We are now SACE accredited and an official service provider!

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