Stopping domestic violence
DOZENS showed their support for victims of domestic violence by attending a high tea and garden party in Withcott.
In support of National Victims of Crime Awareness Week, the Sunday afternoon event was a platform to address Australia’s domestic violence problem.
News Corp journalist and Red Heart Campaign founder Sherele Moody was the guest speaker at the event and shared her domestic violence story.
The campaign gives a voice to survivors of domestic violence and encourages Australians to take action to end all violence towards women and children.
Lockyer Valley councillor Janice Holstein and Ann Jones organised the event and thanked all sponsors who made the day a huge success.
On average one women in a domestic violence relationship dies every week in Australia.
TAKE ACTION: Toni Colburn and guest speaker Sherele Moody, who started the Red Heart Campaign.
Deb and Michael Hagan enjoy the informative high tea event.
Sue Sigley and Kae Mulhare.
Kelly and Katie Johns with Rebecca Kuskoph show support for those affected by domestic violence by attending the event.
Faith Lanson, Daph Nolan, Di O’brien and Sarena Nolan at the Withcott event.