Make a Difference
Our main aim is to help domestic violence and abuse Victims become Thrivers!
We raise awareness and show victims that they need not fear, be ashamed, or stay silent. We try to reach the majority of victims who do not report. Those silent victims who live with constant repercussions and are too ashamed or afraid to reach out for help. We make long term commitments to our clients to walk through their entire journey with them. Please help us to help them.
Your donations make it possible for us to bring Hope, Help & Change
to Victims and Survivors of Abuse and Violence. With your help, we assist and support them to safely escape, heal, and create a new life thus breaking the cycle and bringing real change for future generations.
You can donate by clicking on the donate button at the top of the page.
You can support us in helping victims by helping us to raise funds. All funds raised are plowed back into the fight against abuse and violence and supporting, helping, and healing the victims. We will deeply appreciate any fundraising initiative.
If you have fundraising ideas
Host Informative and Educational Workshops, Talks, and Events to help
raise awareness and educate more people around issues of domestic violence, abuse, and other human rights violations.
This also creates an opportunity to raise funds for this very worthwhile cause.
If you are interested in hosting an event please
Supporting victims of abuse and violence during court proceedings doesn't just help them but also creates more awareness and media attention that puts pressure on the relevant authorities to take note and implement change.
Please check our Facebook page for court support details posted weekly.
Take a Stand
Take a firm stand against abuse, violence, and human rights abuse and be vocal about it.
Don't condone it by staying silent. If we are not part of the solution we become part of the problem.
This doesn't just affect a group of individuals - it affects our society as a whole.
If we want a better society for our children and grandchildren we need to take a stand, we need to stop being ignorant bystanders voicelessly looking on.
We need to challenge the hearts and minds of people by having courageous conversations.
Your opinion and voice can make a difference!
Become an OptiMyser
We invite you to join our
It is a solution-driven, positive space for all South Africans wanting peace, unity, and a better, safer South Africa.
Spreading kindness, finding innovative solutions to our complex problems we believe there is hope and healing for our country.
If you want to create positive change, spread kindness and healing no matter who you are or how you identify yourself after "human" and "South African" then you have come to the right place.
Connect & Share
You can raise awareness and increase our reach and impact by joining us on our social pages sharing and liking the posts and inviting friends to join us too.
Join our social media pages (see links below) and OptiMyse!
Join the Club
If you would like to join our MCC please contact us so that we can get to know you and see if we fit.
Our club follows a constitution and is registered.
Please also note that we have a hang around period of 3 months and a prospecting period of at least a year.
Become a Supporter
If you would like to become an offical Optimystic Bikers against Abuse MCC supporter please contact us so that we can give you the in's and outs of supporting us.
Connect & Share
FNB: Optimystic NPO
Account Number: 62757748771
Branch Code: 250 655
We call on individuals to:
Stand up against human rights violations
Proclaim NO MORE!
Take our Silence Breaker Pledge… and LIVE it!
Speak up and take action on abuse in your community.
Encourage people who commit violence to get help.
Teach girls to protect and empower themselves.
Raise children who can resolve conflict without violence.
Make sure your home, workplace, and community are safe.
Support organizations that work to end domestic violence and child abuse.
Donate money and volunteer your time to support the cause.
Creating Safety First Guide
Do you know someone that is experiencing abuse or violence and you want to help them but are unsure how to?
These practical tips and advice will help you to manage the situation and take the right actions while keeping them safe.
If you are the survivor this will help you to find the right help while acting with your safety in mind.