National Child Protection Week (6-12 Sept) raises awareness of child abuse and neglect with the message that protecting children is everybodys business. Act for Kids, along with their Ambassador Kay McGrath, are urging all Queenslanders to stand up to the problem and take action to protect children.
Act for Kids Ambassador and Seven News Presenter, Kay McGrath, is helping launch the Act for Kids 10,000 Courageous Queenslanders campaign to raise awareness and funds for the vital services provided free to abused children and their families throughout Queensland.
Act for Kids CEO, Dr Neil Carrington, said Act for Kids has invited all Queenslanders to join their 10,000 Courageous Queenslanders campaign to help save a child from abuse or neglect.
The need for our professional services continues to grow each year and it is our mission to reach out to as many children and families affected by child abuse and neglect.
We cannot do this without Queenslands support. If we can get 10,000 Queenslanders to donate just $20, we can provide our treatment services to 100 kids for one whole year.
It is Queenslands responsibility, children are the most vulnerable members of our society and we need to protect them, Dr Carrington said.
Channel Seven News Presenter and Act for Kids Ambassador, Kay McGrath, has a long standing involvement with Act for Kids.
Theres no better cause than helping Act for Kids provide support to more children and families in need of their services. Please support Act for Kids and join their 10,000 Courageous Queenslanders campaign so they can help more kids this year, Kay McGrath said.
Please support Act for Kids during National Child Protection Week by donating to their 10,000 Courageous Queenslanders campaign at actforkids.com.au/donate.html