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Get Involved in White Balloon Day

AT HOME WITH FAMILY & FRIENDS

Every year Australians come together to recognise White Balloon Day for the purpose of protecting kids and preventing child sexual assault. Friday, September 11 marks the 24th year of Bravehearts’ White Balloon Day and we hope YOU will join us!

Whether you recognise the day with a small gesture of support, or arrange a fundraising event, there is a way for you to show you care about protecting Aussie kids. Below are some ways for you to support White Balloon Day at home with friends, family or just yourself!

WEAR WHITE & FUNDRAISE

By fundraising for White Balloon Day you are playing an active role in protecting children and preventing child sexual assault and exploitation.

This year we asking all our supporters to wear white and collect a gold coin donation on White Balloon Day, Friday 11 September. 

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RAISE AWARENESS

If you would prefer not to fundraise but still want to be involved and show your support for White Balloon Day, you can simply raise awareness about the prevention of child sexual assault and exploitation and keeping kids safe.

We have provided plenty of social media resources for you to share, as well as educational resources for parents about teaching children personal safety. Check out our resources section for more information. 

USEFUL RESOURCES

You can also raise awareness by purchasing some supporter merchandise and wearing it proudly on White Balloon Day.

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KEEPING YOUR KIDS SAFE

Want to learn more about how to keep kids and young people safe? Want some resources on how to teach your children about personal safety? Then look no further – we have just what you’re looking for. Make protecting kids YOUR JOB by learning more about child protection and what you can do to help keep the children in your life safe.

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