Friday 25 October 2019


About the Daniel Morcombe Foundation

The Foundation's key role in the community is the education of all children about their personal safety. By directly assisting educators and parents through the funding and development of child safety educational resources as well as assisting young victims of crime, the Foundation continues to empower all Australians to make their local communities safer places for all children.

The Foundation is strongly committed to the development and education of Respectful Relationships for children and teenagers in our schools and communities and also assisting in reducing the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the Child Protection sector.


1. To educate children regarding their personal safety (including abduction).

2. To assist victims of crime, particularly where crime involves children.

3. To remember Daniel with suitable child safety community awareness events.

4. To support the families of Missing Persons particularly where it involves children.


On behalf of our entire family, we thank everyone who has contributed to establishing the Daniel Morcombe Foundation and especially for never forgetting Daniel. Please support Daniel's legacy in Keeping Kids Safe through the initiatives of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation Inc. is committed to Keeping Kids Safe. Established by parents Bruce and Denise Morcombe in 2005 after their son Daniel was abducted and murdered in December 2003 while waiting to catch a bus on the Sunshine Coast. The Foundation was established as a lasting legacy to Daniel and now has two main aims; to educate children on how to stay safe in a physical and online environment and to support young victims of crime.

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