Stand up together SA

Stand UP Together SA: Wear the T-shirt that shows you stand up in solidarity and in support of charities combating Gender Based Violence

COVID-19 has placed charities and brands under enormous pressure. As more and more people utilise online shopping, Kindred is faced with the perfect storm of trends to help everyone – by giving back to those who care the most. With kindness at our core and it shines through in everything we do.

We would like the opportunity to introduce you to our “Stand Up” T-shirt campaign to assist in generating funds for charities that combat Gender Based Violence (GBV) in South Africa (SA).

“SA Women Fight Back are proud to be standing alongside Kindred in their fight against Gender-Based Violence. For too long victims of GBV have remained silent, and it is time to break the silence. We cannot fight this alone and we need to Stand Up as a nation and say
that Enough is Enough. Let us turn our words into actions and Stand Up against GBV” – Bronwyn Litkie, Founder of SA Women Fight Back.
With the start of 16 days of Activism from Wednesday, 25th November to Human Rights Day on Thursday, 10 December, it is a vital time to raise awareness around GBV and violence in SA. Our campaign gives everyone the opportunity to be heard, by posting a picture wearing our rainbow T-shirt on social media anyone can “Stand Up” and have their say, while promoting and supporting organisations that make a difference. We deliver to your door, anywhere in SA, giving everyone the opportunity to show their support, while still adhering to COVID-19 protocols.

Stand up against violence in SA
Stand up against GBV
Stand up together.
Stand up for one another.
Stand up for human rights.
Stand up….

Let the world know what you “Stand Up” for?

The tag line #StandUp is a call to action for everyone to make their voices heard to stop violence against women, children, and the LGBTQ+ community.

The choice of the Rainbow design on the T- shirt depicts a sign of hope, a promise of better times to come, and inclusivity. The rainbow symbolism, bears a similar meaning in many different cultures too.

All proceeds from the T-shirt sales will go to SAWFB, SONKE Gender Justice, Tears and the Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust.

Our T-shirts are Proudly South African as it is locally produced to help sustain the ailing economy and ensure the production of a high-quality product.

Priced at only R189 for adults and R159 for children, excluding delivery, with all proceeds going to GBV charities. Order yours today at to show your support. #StrongerTogether #UnitedAgainstGBV #StandUp

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  1. Precious Thathane

    #standup indeed. We truly need solidarity against gender based violence.

  2. Bianca von Meyer

    Wonderful initiative. We need more like it.

    • Yes it is a fantastic initiative Bianca and I’ve got my rainbow shirt! I will be doing some social media shares wearing it tomorrow. This is a cause that I really believe, since I have had (way too much) experience with GBV myself.

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