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GET INVOLVED IN WHITE BALLOON DAY!

AT WORK

AT WORK

How to get your workplace or business involved in White Balloon Day.

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AT SCHOOL

AT SCHOOL

How to get your school, kinder or childcare centre involved.

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AT HOME

AT HOME

How to get your family and friends involved!

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Did you know… in up to 90% of (reported) cases of child sexual assault, the offender is someone the child and family knows, loves and trusts?

Bravehearts’ White Balloon Day is an annual day to raise awareness about the crime of child sexual assault and speak up for survivors.

Now in its 25th year, Bravehearts’ White Balloon Day has helped to educate the community about preventing this crime, whilst also helping to raise funds for Bravehearts’ essential counselling services and preventative education programs.

YOU can help to protect kids by getting involved in Bravehearts’ White Balloon Day this year and adding your voice to the thousands of people who will #BreakTheSilence on child sexual assault and exploitation on Friday 10 September 2021.

All you need to do is wear white and raise funds or donate on the day.

PLEASE BE BALLOON SMART! Bravehearts does not endorse, nor encourage, the release or use of balloons outdoors. Please consider the impact of balloons on our environment and dispose of used balloons wisely. Please also note that releasing balloons outdoors is banned in some Australian regions and states. For more information about the impact of balloon releases, please see CLEAN UP AUSTRALIA.

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FUNDRAISE

FUNDRAISE

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BUY MERCHANDISE

BUY MERCHANDISE

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USEFUL RESOURCES

USEFUL RESOURCES

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PROTECT KIDS

PROTECT KIDS

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WHAT’S MAKING NEWS

Australian Children More Vulnerable Than Ever

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The Legacy of White Balloon Day

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Superannuation Advice Australia partners with Bravehearts’ White Balloon Day for a second year

  • 20 Jul 2021
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