Steers Opens Fourth Shout Library in Motherwell

Kabelo and Danny K takeover Motherwell to launch their fourth Shout “Dream Station” Library on Mandela Day

The SHOUT Foundation and Steers have launched their fourth “Dream Station”, a fully-fledged library, in Motherwell, Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality in the Eastern Cape. On Mandela Day, the Steers team along with Danny K and Kabelo Mabalane took over Fumisukoma Primary School to award the 1500 learners their new SHOUT library.

The SHOUT libraries programme is a philanthropic initiative that aims to empower underprivileged communities by providing an educational resource that assists in the development of childhood literacy skills. The libraries positively influence the community by improving the literacy skills of the youngest members in society. They are the next generation of leaders, doctors, artists and engineers. The future of our nation lies in their hands and we’re proud to play a part in fostering their talents and furthering their education.

Adolf Fourie, Steers Marketing Executive, had this to say about the new SHOUT Library at Fumisukoma Primary School: “We are truly humbled by the chance to once again be part of the launch of a Steers SHOUT library that contributes towards investing and supporting our youth to reach their full potential.”

In carrying on the Mandela legacy of Ubuntu, Steers has joined ROUNDA. This initiative, setup by the Nikela Trust, donates funds to charities and organisations that combat hunger and alleviate poverty in South Africa. Every time you ROUNDA at Steers, a portion of the funds go to the SHOUT Foundation and other worthy causes.