Are you a business, government department or a local school? Want to be BRAVE and be part of something awesome and make a huge difference? We’d love to hear from you to find out how we might work together to make South Africa a safer place for young and old!

Are you a business, government department or a local school? Want to be BRAVE and be part of something awesome and make a huge difference? We’d love to hear from you to find out how we might work together to make South Africa a safer place for young and old!

For all other inquiries please get in touch with us at info@projectbraveheart.co.za

We always need people to share and campaign with us to spread the message of hope and love, and to help put an end to bullying. It takes a brave person to stand up against a societal problem bit it’s imperative that we keep the conversation going. Here are a few ways to help:

  • Stand and speak up when others are too afraid to do so.
  • Host  a BRAVE heart event.
  • Share a story of a brave hero who stood up against bullying to give them recognition and to encourage others to do the same.  Send us your written experience or video to info@projectbraveheart.co.za.
  • If you are a survivor of a bullying incident and would like to share your story with us and be part of the #tellusyourstorycampaign, contact us on info@projectbraveheart.co.za.

 

We would like to encourage all the schools in South Africa to create a program on bullying that will fit in with the learners and teachers.  The first program that you as a school can implement is our national day next year.  We encourage schools to partake in this day as we need to make all South Africans aware that there is a huge social problem in our schools.

Our main aim for our first year is that all South Africans, young and old should get involved in our National day which is on 3 May 2019.  You as a school can purchase our icon merchandise item (to be announced) and dress up in blue and red for the day (blue for forgiveness and red for love).

We encourage you to have a support structure for the bully as well as the victim seeing that the bully was a victim at some stage of his/her life and that is the reason he/she became a bully in most cases.  The abused becomes the abuser.

We would like you as a school to stand up and be BRAVE and to take our hand and challenge other schools to join us in order to make South African schools a better place to be in.  69% of children get bullied in South African schools as per the statistics in 2012.

We suggest that you run a weekly program in the run up to our national day.  We suggest the following for that week:

Monday – High five day, where you encourage all learners to ‘’high five’’ someone that walks past them.

Tuesday – Appreciation day.  Purchase of stickers (available from us) that has messages of appreciation e.g. you are a hero, you work hard, you are a good friend, you are friendly. Learners can then stick it onto the person as they walk past them in school.

Wednesday – Silly sock day.  Be BRAVE and wear a pair of odd socks or socks with funny colours, etc.

Thursday – Caring day. Learners either bring extra sandwiches to school to share with fellow learners who do not have food or help a feeding program in your area by donating food.

Friday – OUR NATIONAL DAY!!! We will encourage all South Africans to wear blue and red (blue for forgiveness and red for love) we will also have an icon item available to purchase (will be announced soon). The funds will then go towards Project Brave Heart’s program to stop bullying in South Africa and to create a bigger awareness in the future.

If you have a learner in your school who is BRAVE enough to start a program at your school for bullying, please advise us accordingly.

You can also purchase our banners and posters with information on bullying and how to prevent it at a minimal cost.

We would like to hear from you, and any suggestions you may have will always be welcome.  Complete the form below , return it to us so that we can contact you.

Bullying in the workplace did not obtain the necessary attention in the past.  So many people go to their workplace daily in fear and nobody is aware of it.  Therefor it is important to ask whether your employers are working in fear or do they feel save.  For us to make a change and for our campaign to be successful we need every company in South Africa to stand up and make a change.  By implementing a bully policy that will let their staff feel more secure and showing the rest of South Africa that it is never ok to keep quiet and that  the matter can be resolved if we stand together.

Your company can get involved by implementing our bully policy, by booking Myan Subrayan’s bully roadshow to give you more information and to guide your workers and then also by funding. To offer the best and most comprehensive program to resolve this problem we will be needing funds to develop these programs and tools. If your company would like to also take a stand and use your status in the community to stand up against bullying, then this is the place for you. We need as many people as possible to stand up for this worthy cause.  We are a registered NPC and can issue you with an A18 certificate seeing that the sponsorship can also be a tax benefit to your company.

We are developing banners, posters and other tools that is available for purchase.

Our main aim for our first year is that companies get involved in our National day which is 3 May 2019.  When you as a company can purchase our icon merchandise item (to be announced) and by funding and supporting Project Brave Heart, so that this campaign can become a success for now and in the future.

If you are an individual who feels strongly about bullying or you would like to nominate someone and would like to get involved in such a good cause, then this is the place for you.  We always need people from the public, especially if they have been bullied themselves and now would like to help other people by telling their story or just standing up and speaking out in the community to encourage young and old and give them hope. By doing so you will help us raise awareness for this amazing cause.

Bullying does not only affect young children but adolescents as well.  It is very important that tertiary institutions start bullying campaigns to make it safe for students to study at the institution.  We would love to hear your suggestions on how to do so and we are planning programs in the next view years.

Our main aim for our first year is that all South Africans young and old get involved in our National day which is 3 May 2019.  A university student can then purchase our icon merchandise item (to be announced) and by dressing up in blue and red for the day (blue for forgiveness and red for love).

In order for us to have a successful campaign and to make a huge difference in peoples lives in South Africa, we need individuals who will, share their stories with us. People who will be willing to make a difference by sharing their experiences with us. Most of all, we need people to speak up and be BRAVE, be BRAVE for others who feel that they are trapped in a situation and feel that there is no way out.  It is never ok to keep quit! It is our duty to speak up and make huge changes in our society.

We believe that every day should be a BRAVE Heart day and therefor you need to be BRAVE every day and stand up for others who can’t do it for themselves.

Over the next view years, we will be launching different programs to change various views to give everybody one a chance in life. So, watch this space!!

Feel free to complete the form in order for us to communicate with you.  We would like to receive your suggestions and ideas so that a smooth program can be run and become a necessity over the next view years.

Our main aim for our first year is that all South Africans young and old get involved in our National day which is 3 May 2019.  When you as a community member can purchase our icon merchandise item (to be announced) and by dressing up in blue and red for the day (blue for forgiveness and red for love).

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