Dolly’s Dream has decided to partner with the Foundation as one of Australia’s best known and trusted children’s charities, to ensure that Dolly's dream of helping prevent other children being affected by bullying comes true.
Our vital work to keep children safe from violence and bullying would not be possible without the help of our generous supporters.
The eSmart Digital Licence is an online education program which uses quizzes, videos and games to teach school age children how to play, learn and socialise online in a smart, safe and responsible way.Read More >
How much does it cost the economy when children are bullied? The Foundation commissioned Pricewaterhouse Coopers to calculate how often children are bullied in Australia and how much this costs our community. The results are startling.Read More >
Thousands of Australian children are forced to flee their homes due to family violence each year. Our Buddy Bags program helps these children by providing them with a backpack full of basic essential items on arrival.Read More >
More than 2,500 schools across the country have registered to use Digital Licence, with more than 200,000 students having completed it.
More than 1,500 Tasmanian children are safer online, thanks to the ongoing partnership between the Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Aurora Energy.
Dolly’s Dream, established by the Kate and Tick Everett in the wake of their daughter’s death, has partnered with the Northern Territory Government and the Alannah & Madeline Foundation to deliver the Dolly’s Dream eSmart program.
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation's CEO, Lesley Podesta, has welcomed the government's $10 million grant program to enhancing online safety for children.
The Alannah & Madeline Foundation and Dolly’s Dream welcome the announcements from the Federal Government and the Federal Opposition on their support of the eSmart Digital Licence.
Kate and Tick Everett, parents of Amy “Dolly” Everett and founders of anti-bullying initiative Dolly’s Dream, said they are proud to be named the 2019 Local Hero at the Australian of the Year Awards on 25 January.
For many children and their families, back to school is an exciting time – new friends, new adventures and an opportunity to reconnect. But children who have been bullied can meet this time of year with anxiety, stress and apprehension.
Subscribe to our newsletter below or visit our media centre for media information including media releases, spokespeople, publications and contacts.