The Domestic Violence Action Centre invites you to the 2017 Walk Against Domestic and Family Violence.
This is a community event to create awareness and bring an end to domestic violence.
Join your community to march and light a candle to remember those who have been effected by domestic violence.
Everybody is welcome – women, children, men and families of all ages.
There will be a sausage sizzle, a March of approximately 800 metres, a candle lighting vigil, slam poet performances and a speech.
This is a free event and registration is not required.
For more information, please contact Rachel on 3816 3000 or at email@example.com
You are invited to attend our 2017 AGM – RSVP is necessary – please download and send to firstname.lastname@example.org
We also invite you to become a member of our association – please download and send to email@example.com
Two women and four children from three different families have
been killed in Queensland so far this year.
Alexis Parkes 50yrs
Alexis died on 12 February 2020 after succumbing to injuries from a house fire that
was allegedly deliberately lit by her ex-partner on 5 February.
Unnamed baby boy 4mths
Allegedly killed by his father on 15th January in Gladstone.
Hannah Baxter 31yrs
Laianah, Aaliyah and Trey Baxter – 3 to 6yrs
Camp Hill, Brisbane
The family were deliberately burnt to death by the children’s father on 19 February 2020
who also died in the fire.
Come together to #ChangeTheEnding
The Red Rose Foundation acknowledges that domestic violence related deaths have many predictive elements and are largely considered preventable.
The Red Rose Foundation actively works towards ending domestic violence related deaths in Australia including homicide, suicide and accidental deaths arising from incidents and or/ histories of domestic violence.
Click here to download the flyer: Red Rose Rally (PDF)