The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is an Official Charity Partner of Cricket Australia, and the Boxing Day Test is one of the most important weeks of the year to raise money to help Australian kids affected by violence and bullying.
This summer, Cricket Australia #PledgeNotToSledgeOnline.
One in five young Australians have reported being cyber bullied. Research shows that children who are bullied can suffer from depression, and even drop out of school. Being bullied can, sadly, affect children for years and years.
Together with Cricket Australia, we want all children to enjoy childhood, spend time with their family, and not have to worry about negative things that are being said and written about them online. That’s why, together we #PledgeNotToSledgeOnline.
All funds raised will go towards helping us safeguard our children’s future together across Australia. This partnership is vital to the Foundation’s work in helping Aussie kids thrive.
Donate to the Pledge Not to Sledge campaign below and help us raise much-needed funds to protect children from violence and bullying.
You can also pledge your commitment to helping us bowl over cyber bullying by taking the pledge not to sledge or cyber bully.
For the past five years, Cricket Australia and the Alannah & Madeline Foundation have been working together to keep children safe from violence, bullying and cyber bullying.
Together we give strength and support to help children thrive.
As an Official Charity Partner of Cricket Australia, the Boxing Day Test is one of the Alannah & Madeline Foundation’s most important weeks to raise money to safeguard children’s future.
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