Major community engagement activities and events


Upcoming events

National Kidsafe Day – 24th May

Every week across Australia, 3 children die due to preventable injuries. Nobody ever thinks that they will be ‘The One’ that this will happen to, however it’s a reality for over 150 families every year.

As part of National Kidsafe Day on 24th May, we will be focusing on ‘The One’.

👨‍👩‍👧 Hear from families who have been ‘The One’ who lost a child to a preventable injury, as they bravely share their lived experience to help ensure no other family has to endure what they have.

🧍🧍‍♀️You can be The One to make the change – by sharing our content and raising awareness, you can be ‘The One’ to help us to save children’s lives. 

Download our Communications Kit below for resources and creative that you can utilise.


Night of Hope Gala Ball – 28th May 2022

On Saturday 28th May we held our inaugural Night of Hope Gala Ball in collaboration with The Compassionate Friends Victoria and thanks to a tremendous amount of support from our sponsors.


On Saturday, 28th May, in partnership with The Compassionate Friends Vic, we hosted our inaugural Gala Ball at Melbourne Town Hall to raise funds for our critical, lifesaving programs.

In 2020/21, 29 children died and over 110,000 children were treated in hospital due to preventable injuries.
This figure is devastating for all involved and we are seeking your help to make a difference.

With entertainment by the incredible Matt Hetherington and MC’d by Australia’s first Apprentice Winner – Andrew Morello – it was a night filled with fun, dancing and lots of hope for a safe future for our kids.

Proceeds from the Gala Ball will help to fund the Kidsafe Ambassador Program and The Compassionate Friends Victoria support services for families touched by serious injury or loss.

Our Ambassador program supports families to share their lived experience and potentially create a legacy for their child. We assist to create awareness, empower others, drive impact and ultimately change behaviour to save lives.

One of our families in the program – parents Ash and Matt – created The Hunter Boyle Children’s Swim Program in honour of their 2-year-old son, Hunter, who passed away in a dam drowning incident in August 2020.

This program would not be possible without the generous support of the community.

Your support raised much needed funds to enable us to continue our critical, life-saving programs.

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