For their right to be safe
The right to be safe at home, at play and at school.
Your donation today will help children live free from violence and trauma. Only when young people are safe can they also be happy, hopeful, and strong.
Your donation today can help children and young people live free from violence and trauma - from supporting children experiencing family violence to online bullying and fighting for the right to be safe wherever they live learn and play, every donation makes a difference.
Join our community of monthly donors and be part of the fight to keep children safe wherever they live, learn and play.
Join in one of our fundraising events or create your own. However you help, you’ll be helping them.
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We are passionate about working with our incredible donors to ensure your gift is used in a way that is meaningful to you.
Give a gift that gives twice by purchasing a virtual gift for someone you love all while helping children in crisis feel safe this Christmas.
The contributions and support of our generous partners allows us to continue our vital work helping children and young people live free from bullying, violence and trauma.
Since 2011, the Richmond Football Club has been one of our largest supporters. Through the annual match day round the Richmond Football Club helps to light the darkness for children and young people in the communities where they live, learn and play.
"As one of Australia’s leading security companies, we believe that all people are entitled to feel safe at all times, especially children."
Supporting our work through ongoing annual fundraising efforts
Official Charity Partner
Since 2014, Cricket Australia has been working with us to ensure every child can live happy, safe and strong.
Proudly supporting the Alannah & Madeline Foundation since 2017 Eastland have donated vital funds to our care and prevention programs to help keep children safe from violence and trauma.
We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Her Majesty Queen Mary on her ascension to the esteemed role of Queen Consort of Denmark.
At a National Cabinet meeting today, the Prime Minister, Attorney General and all Premiers and Chief Ministers agreed to implement the final unfulfilled part of the National Firearms Agreement that was agreed to in 1996 to regulate firearms in Australia.
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Richmond Football Club proudly mark another successful year of collaboration and fundraising in 2023.