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Bravehearts launches podcast for parents

Bravehearts has launched it’s first official podcast for parents, kicking off with a four-part series about internet safety for children and young people to mark Safer Internet Day 2021.  In this series, hosts Carol Ronken…

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A Safe Halloween during COVID-19

Halloween during the COVID-19 pandemic is an opportunity to get creative and consider new and safe ways to celebrate. There are lots of ways in which you and your children can have fun while staying…

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New service launched to safeguard the future of disadvantaged and disengaged children and young people in the Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday regions.

Bringing together over 45 years of collective experience in protecting children, Bravehearts and the Mackay Women’s Services launched their new service, The Courage Project, on 15th October 2020. This breakthrough project aims to deliver a…

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Claude ‘The Mowerman’ Harvey sets sights on the Gold Coast for Child Protection Week

Claude ‘The Mowerman’ Harvey will be pushing his trusty lawnmower across the Gold Coast this Child Protection Week to raise awareness about the work of Bravehearts. Claude, who has been a dedicated fundraiser for Bravehearts…

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Children at greater risk during lockdown

Vulnerable children and young people are at significantly greater risk of or harm or, in some situations even death during times of lockdown, says Australia’s leading child protection advocate, Bravehearts. Bravehearts Founder and Executive Director,…

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Gold Coast hero sets new challenge to protect kids

Damien Williams is a husband, father and multi-sport endurance athlete, who doesn’t let the fact that he is blind stop him from taking on a challenge. In what will be a remarkable feat of endurance,…

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Claude’ The Mowerman’ Harvey OAM is a real-life superhero for Australian kids, spending his retirement trekking nationwide to spread awareness of child safety and raise funds for Bravehearts. This March, 74-year-old Mr Harvey will embark…

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Bravehearts Joins Forces with Tech Girls Movement to Develop Ditto App

To celebrate International Women’s Day (Sunday 8 March), Bravehearts is proud to announce it has been working on an important project with the Tech Girls Movement Foundation – the development of a Ditto App. Tech…

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An iconic Currumbin mural urging the community to protect our most vulnerable souls will live on after a rescue mission involving a passionate councillor, a talented artist and Australia’s leading child protection advocate. Bravehearts aims…

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Bravehearts to cut ties with Westpac in wake of alleged child exploitation failures

Bravehearts will cease banking with Westpac following allegations it ignored repeated warnings that suspected paedophiles were using its services to pay online providers in Asia to commit and livestream sexual offences against children. Bravehearts founder…

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Dear valued clients and supporters,

While things are changing with COVID-19, we want you to know that Bravehearts is still here for you. The health, safety and wellbeing of our clients is, and always has been, Bravehearts’ highest priority.

The situation regarding COVID-19 locally and around the world is changing daily. Bravehearts will continue to provide counselling and support services to all existing and new clients via face to face and video counselling.

We continue to accept and action new referrals for all services. Anyone wanting to access our services can call Bravehearts on 1800 272 831. People can still be referred by calling or by filling out an online referral form.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Bravehearts’ COVID-19 response plan, please call 1800 272 831.