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Ways you can help

Ways you can help

Our goal is to make Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child. And we can’t do it without you. We can be effective in the community thanks to the support from people who believe all Aussie kids deserve a chance at a happy and safe life. There are so many ways you can protect our kids and help those who are in need. No matter how big or small, every kind of support counts. We’ve made it easy to help in ways that work for you.

There are so many ways that you can help us achieve our goal of making Australia the safest place in the world to raise a child.

You can make a financial contribution through a donation, which is always most gratefully received, and funds are directed straight into child protection programs.

You may however prefer to set up a workplace giving program.  This is a wonderful way to raise funds if you are an organisation, or a staff member of one.

For the seriously energetic, you could participate in our 777 Marathon.  Held on a State and National basis, this yearly event always surpasses the previous in terms of money raised.

If you’d like to contribute in other ways, you may want to volunteer.  We are always in need of skilled and unskilled people to help us with administration and event management.

Our annual fundraising and awareness event – White Balloon Day – is held every year during child protection week in September.

White Ballon Day was launched as a National event in 1999 with Queensland police reporting a massive 514% increase in disclosures as a result.

You can help us to celebrate our 20th White Ballon Day in September, 2016, by participating in our fundraising campaign or by hosting an event.  You’ll find out more on our White Balloon Day page.

Help us to help our most vulnerable – get involved today.

Buy Merchandise

You can let everyone know you support Bravehearts by buying merchandise.  There’s a heap of great products on offer from lapel pins to very cool T-Shirts.  Have a look what’s on offer here.

Your mission to stop child sexual assault in our society resonates with all Australians. All children should feel safe and protected.
Julia Gillard, Past Prime Minister of Australia