SHOUT is a movement that belongs to every South African who is committed and passionate about building a safer South Africa. We are committed to a safer South Africa by activating and accepting personal responsibility for our actions that will contribute to a better country by observing and respecting ourselves, one another and the law of the land.
We market and sell SHOUT merchandise in order to fund projects that will prevent crime and eliminate this scourge from society.
Following the murder of music legend Lucky Dube, musician Danny K and kwaito star Kabelo Mabalane felt that something needed to be done about the high level of violent crime in South Africa. SHOUT was born.
The first single "Shout" (originally by Tears for Fears) was recorded by South Africa's talented musicians, to give you, the citizens of South Africa, a mouthpiece to unite and eradicate all that is evil and associated with crime. SHOUT and all those involved in making it a reality, hope to encourage everyone in this country, regardless of race or creed to get involved at any level they are able in order to assist in driving this positive message home.
We love justice! We stand for peace! We love SA.
Our mantra is "A better ME, a greater WE."
|July 2010||44 232.00||SAPS (40 GARMIN)|
|50 000.00||MATLA A BANA|
|August 2010||24 000.00||PRIMEDIA BROADCASTING - L DE BRUIN|
|October 2010||24 000.00||GRANNY BAMBUSIBA RELIEF FUND|
|1 000.00||SAPS RESERVISTS DONATION|
|December 2010||150 000.00||KHULISA CRIME PREVENTION INITIATIVE|
|50 000.00||THE SMILING ONE FOUNDATION|
|10 000.00||MAKING A DIFFERENCE - PM STEYN|
|March 2011||10 000.00||THUTHUZELA ORPHANAGE|
|10 000.00||MAKING A DIFFERENCE CAMP - PM STEYN|
|April 2011||50 000.00||SAARTJIE BAARTMAN CENTRE|
|100 000.00||SULTAN BAHU DRUG REHAB|
|July 2011||20 000.00||SAPS WIDOWS & ORPHANS FUND|
|August 2011||50 000.00||SAPS WIDOWS & ORPHANS FUND|
Total distributions to beneficiaries R593 232.00