Friday 6 september 2024

During National Child Protection Week

Together, let's fight the crime of child sexual abuse and protect Aussie kids! 

Thanks to last year's generous Bravehearts Day Matched Giving Partners, Busy Bees Early Learning.

1 in 4 Australian children are sexually abused*

be part of the solution! you can help prevent this crime

#ShowYourHeart and help fight child sexual abuse by getting involved in Bravehearts Day 2024, held during National Child Protection Week, Friday 6 September!


Register Your Involvement

Claim your FREE Bravehearts Day Supporter Pack, when you register, which includes a poster, temporary tattoo, coin collection box, and sticker. 


Raise Funds + Awareness

Fundraise online, host a morning tea, and spread awareness. Check out our fundraising and social media resources to get inspired! 


#ShowYourHeart + Donate

On Friday 6 September, #ShowYourHeart on social media and encourage friends and family to donate to the cause and help spread awareness about child protection!

how your support helps!

Find out why your support matters and how it helps to prevent the crime of child sexual abuse.

Every dollar you raise and every post you share helps to prevent child sexual abuse in Australia - a crime that affects 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys*. Children of all ages and from all backgrounds and cultures are at risk. BE PART OF THE SOLUTION and #SHOWYOURHEART.

Countdown to Bravehearts Day 2024!

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About Child Sexual Abuse

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Thank You to Our Sponsors

Bravehearts Day is funded by Department of Social Services, National Initiatives.

Bravehearts Foundation Limited
ABN: 41 496 913 890   ACN: 607 315 917

*REFERENCE: Haslam D, Mathews B, Pacella R, Scott JG, Finkelhor D, Higgins DJ, Meinck F, Erskine HE, Thomas HJ, Lawrence D, Malacova E. (2023). The prevalence and impact of child maltreatment in Australia: Findings from the Australian Child Maltreatment Study: Brief Report. Australian Child Maltreatment Study, Queensland University of Technology.