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Our Partners

As we look back at our achievements and forward toward reaching our goals, we’re constantly reminded of the individuals and organisations that have joined us on our journey and are encouraging us to keep going.

To say we couldn’t have done it without them is an understatement.

From very humble beginnings we now enjoy support from local, State and Federal governments – from both sides of the political fence.

We walk hand-in-hand with some of the countries most prominent and important companies – some of whom offer financial support, whilst others work with us to bring about change.

We are also able to support, council and educate Australia’s children through the generosity of individuals – real people who run miles – literally – to raise money for us.

Thank you… thank you… thank you.

OUR GOVERNMENT PARTNERS

COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS

Murawin’s vision of ‘breaking cycles and building dreams’ and Bravehearts’ vision of ‘making Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child’ lays a strong foundation for collaboration. Collectively Murawin and Bravehearts are working together towards tackling the impacts of child sexual assault in Indigenous communities.

The reach that Bravehearts has into the Australian community also contributes to raising the awareness of the devastating impact that child sexual assault is having in Indigenous communities and collectively Murawin and Bravehearts are joining together to work across the cultural divide of supporting Indigenous and non-Indigenous children and their families on their healing journeys.

OUR PLATINUM PARTNERS

OUR GOLD PARTNERS

OUR SILVER PARTNERS

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Cook Medical

Google Australia Pty Ltd

Goulburn Valley CASA

LMG Digital Media

Shibusa Pty Ltd

Surfers Inkspot Printers

Lachlan & Jocelyne McGillivray

We welcome new partnerships.  If you would like to help us make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child, please contact our Philanthropic Relationships Coordinator, Kayleen Johnston via kayleenj@bravehearts.org.au.