Would you lean towards a luxury holiday with your friends and family or would you choose to keep $10,000 worth of gold bullion for a rainy day?
When you purchase tickets in the Alannah & Madeline raffle you can relax and feel good knowing that you are helping children who have suffered from violence and bullying, plus you’ll be in the running to become a major winner.
5 REASONS WHY TO SUPPORT THE
A Buddy Bag offers more than just material aid for children who arrive in emergency accommodation after violence, it is one of the vital first steps to recovery. These everyday items restore a sense of safety and security to children when they need it most.
Severe violence and trauma can impact children for years, often affecting their physical and emotional development. Children Ahead qualified staff work directly with children to provide intensive, therapeutic support to assist with their recovery.
Cubby House aims to reduce the effects of trauma associated with attending court by providing a safe, calm and engaging space for children and young people. It plays a critical role in promoting wellbeing and positive environment for both children and Department of Health and Human Services staff (DHHS).
We want to help schools address bullying behaviour by teaching children to create strong, meaningful relationships with one another.
Better Buddies works by pairing new primary school students with an older buddy, helping students entering their first year of primary school to feel safe, valued and connected to their school community.
When interacting online, we all need to be educated in how to act in a smart, safe and responsible way, and we need to know how to pass this knowledge onto our children. We need to know what to do if children are exposed to age-inappropriate content, encounter cyber bullying, or when they might be putting their privacy at risk.
eSmart provides a prevention and risk management framework for Australian schools and libraries to help them better integrate cyber safety practices and promote the safe use of online technology in their community.
The Foundation was set up in memory of Alannah and Madeline Mikac, aged six and three, who were tragically killed with their mother and 32 others at Port Arthur, Tasmania, on 28 April 1996. The Foundation was launched in 1997 and has been operating for almost 20 years.
Our key objectives are to care for children who have experienced or witnessed serious violence; reduce the incidence of bullying, cyber bullying and other cyber risks; and, advocate for the safety and wellbeing of children.
Our programs are in one third of all Australian schools, and more than two thirds of all Australian public libraries (reaching all 1,500 within the next three years) and we support 10,000 children in refuges or foster homes across Australia every year.
We have reached more than 2 million children and their families nationwide since the organisation was established in 1997.