Friday 25 October 2019


Together We Can

#TogetherWeCan is a 4 week social media campaign to prevent child sexual abuse.  Take 5 and join thousands! Become part of the #TogetherWeCan community by sharing with us what you do to keep kids safe. 

Child sexual abuse is when an adult, another child or adolescent uses their power to involve a child in sexual activity. Sexual activity includes a range of sexual behaviours that can be physical, verbal or emotional. 

Research indicates that between 1 in 4 girls and 1 in 6 boys will experience sexual abuse before the age of 18.

It is the responsibility of adults to keep children safe, this includes helping children to develop personal safety skills.

Child sexual abuse is preventable and #TogetherWeCan create a future in which it doesn't exist.

Join the campaign - It's simple!

Step 1

Download and print the declaration template.


Step 2

Tell us how you keep kids safe by writing a short statement or words.

            Some themes to think about:
How do you listen to children and young people?
How do you help children and young people understand body ownership?
How do you make sure children and young people can talk to you?
What do you do to make sure ALL children have access to developmentally and culturally relevant personal safety messages?
How do you educate other adults and the community?

Step 3

Take a photo and email it to with your name and organisation (if you are part of one)
Share it on social media using #TogetherWeCan and #KeepingKidsSafe and tag us:  
Twitter: @DanielMorcombe
Instagram: @DanielMorcombeFoundation
Facebook: @DanielMorcombeFoundation

Step 4

We will upload all the photos to our website and also share them through social media. 

Step 5

Be proud to be part of the #TogetherWeCan community! Together we can prevent child sexual abuse.

Bruse and Denise Morcombe
Daniel Morcombe Foundation
Georgina Livingstone
Daniel Morcombe Foundation
Sean Follows
WA Police Force / Daniel Morcombe Foundation Volunteer
Leonie Harradine
Daniel Morcombe Foundation
Dan Douglas
WA Police Force
Jon Arlow
WA Police Force

Minster Di Farmer and the team from her office
Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women

Act for Kids Team

Kids Helpline team

Members of the QLD Child Protection Week Committee

Assistant Commissioner Debbie Platz, Commander Justine Gough
with members of the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC),
ThinkUKnow and Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation (ACCCE).

Valley District Cricket Club, Queensland

Jacqui Martin Judi Staunton
Goodstart, Pooraka SA
Carol Ronken
Karen, Zoe & Cavill 
Act for Kids
Chelsea Constable
Act for Kids
QLD Office of the Public Guardian
Kieran Smith
Act for Kids
Terry Gibbs
Act for Kids
QLD Office of the Public Guardian
QLD Office of the Public Guardian
Neil Carrington
Act for Kids
QLD Office of the Public Guardian
Veronica, Sherry & Hoang
Act for Kids
Zoe & Cavill 
Act for Kids
Zoe Fox
Act for Kids
Johanna Moberg
Daniel Morcombe Foundation
Katherine Innes
Ipswich District Officer Superintendent 
Senior Constable Kerrin Sheedy and Sergeant Nadine Webster Ipswich District Crime Prevention Unit Ipswich Police District A/Supt Les Bullus, and Insp Regan Carr from Queensland Police Service, our Patron Kay McGrath and Charles Passi a member of the Advisory Group Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council #notnownotever 

The Ipswich District Child Protection Week Committee (members of the committee are,
QPS Ipswich Child Protection Investigation Unit, Department of Child Safety,
Youth and Women, Somerset Regional Council and ICYS Ipswich Community Youth Service

Bruce Morcombe, Peter Dutton & Denise Morcombe Jamie Alchin - Senior Educator
Amaya Sardina - Assistant Director
Goodstart Kedron

Goodstart Early Learning Staff, Griffith Clifton Boulevard

Day for Daniel

The Day for Daniel, a National
Day of Action raising
awareness of Child Safety,
Protection & Prevention

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