The Daniel Morcombe Foundation is excited to announce that the talented, very passionate Sophie Monk has accepted the role of Daniel Morcombe Foundation Ambassador.
Bruce and Denise said, "We are very happy to announce Sophie as our Ambassador today. Sophie has always supported us, our family and the Foundation with hard work and friendship. We are honoured she has chosen to support the Foundation even more, especially when she leads such a busy life. Sophie brings with her great ideas and a real passion for helping all children be safe."
Sophie explained "I am so proud to be the Ambassador of an Australian organization that I care so deeply about. As Ambassador of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation I will talk about keeping kids safe and child safety at every opportunity I get. There is nothing more important than our children being safe and parents and carers knowing that they can help. The world is a great place, I want all children to know they have the right to grow up safe from harm and abuse on and off line always."
Sophie is now really keen to help promote our 14th Annual Day for Daniel being held on Friday 26th October across Australia.
Day for Daniel is the Daniel Morcombe Foundation's national day of action to raise awareness about child safety. protection and prevention. It is the perfect opportunity for educators, parents and carers to talk to children about their personal safety. It is the largest child safety awareness day of its type in Australia. In recent years more than 1 million Australians joined with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.
This year we have invited all Day for Daniel participants to join our 2nd online broadcast of Australia's biggest child safety lesson. This year's lesson is suitable for children between the ages of 3 - 8 years. It will teach key personal safety concepts for early childhood in a fun and interactive way.
The Foundation urges parents, cares and educators to Talk early, Talk Often and Keep Talking about personal safety.
For more information about Day for Daniel, Australia's biggest child safety lesson and the free Keeping Kids Resources go to www.danielmorcombe.com.au