What We Do

The Foundation cares for children who have experienced or witnessed serious violence, and runs evidence-based programs that prevent violence and advocate for children's safety and wellbeing.

Our care programs support children who have witnessed or experienced violence.

Our prevention programs promote behaviour-change in schools and libraries across the country to teach respectful values and behaviours in young people on and offline.

Our advocacy work speaks out for children and advocates for their right to be free from violence and bullying.

Better Buddies Better Buddies

Better Buddies works by pairing new primary school students with an older buddy, helping students entering their first year of primary school to feel safe, valued and connected to their school community.

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Buddy Bags Buddy Bags

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.

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Children Ahead Children Ahead

Our Children Ahead program provides intensive, therapeutic support to children and young people aged 0-18 years to assist their recovery from significant trauma or violence.

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Connect Connect

Connect Workshops have been designed to help you up-skill your community in relation to cyber safety, bullying and the impact violence has on children and young people. Book a session.

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Cubby House Cubby House

The Cubby House is an Australian-first initiative that provides a supportive and safe haven for children and young people dealing with traumatic family situations in the Broadmeadows Children’s Court.

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Dolly's Dream Dolly's Dream

Established in Dolly’s memory by her parents, Kate and Tick Everett and her sister Meg, Dolly’s Dream acts as a voice for those who cannot speak for themselves and works to prevent the lives of other children being lost.

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Early Childhood TraCS Early Childhood TraCS

The Early Childhood Trauma Consultancy Service (TraCS) provides early childhood staff with support to work with children whose lives are affected by trauma.

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eSmart eSmart

Our eSmart Programs are helping communities teach the smart, safe and responsible use of online technology.

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eSmart Digital Licence eSmart Digital Licence

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.

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National Centre Against Bullying National Centre Against Bullying

The National Centre Against Bullying is a peak body working to advise and inform the Australian community on the issue of childhood bullying and the creation of safe schools and communities, including the issue of cyber safety.

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Community Safety Community Safety

The Alannah & Madeline Foundation is committed to reducing the risk of death and harm from firearms in our community.

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Early Years Trauma Consultancy Service (TraCS) Early Years Trauma Consultancy Service (TraCS)

Children who have experienced trauma can be very difficult for early years staff to manage – exhibiting challenging behaviors and difficulties regulating emotions. They can require intensive support to get them ‘school ready’.

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Case studies Case studies

How the Alannah & Madeline Foundation helps children in need.

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