Titans still batting for women and children

Away from the chase of trophies and accolades, the Multiply Titans remain well aware of their social responsibilities, as one of the leading sports brands in the country.

Over the course of a successful Momentum One-Day Cup competition, the Titans team had a #MiniMeToo logo on their playing shirts, to emphasise their support for the campaign, as well as their association
with Women and Men Against Child Abuse (WMACA).

“We take our association with the WMACA very seriously, because we know that child abuse is a very real scourge on our society. With our public profile, it is our responsibility to help spread awareness and support for any child out there,” Titans CEO Dr Jacques Faul explained.

“All the players are fully behind the campaign, and we officially launched the association with the #MiniMeToo campaign back in February, during our match against the VKB Knights. Wonderboom performed live during the innings break, and the family atmosphere that we are always looking to create was very evident.”

In light of Child Protection Week last week,  the Titans want to reiterate that the safety of children is an every day responsibility.

“Child Protection Week is very important for all of us, but our challenge is to make every day of our lives a child protection matter. We encourage all of those within the Titans family, as well as all South Africans, to take up the responsibility of protecting our children from harm,” Faul concluded.