Words Can Hurt Anti-Bullying ProgramAfter working closely with retired principals and teachers, the Words Can Hurt Anti-Bullying Program is now near completion. The resources are currently being printed and will be available for workshops and conference throughout schools. The Words Can Hurt Anti-Bullying Program has been designed for primary school students regarding bullying. If your school would like to book in a workshop or conference please contact us today to book a date. BOOK NOW
Movie Premiere – Fifty Shades Freed
Our next fundraiser is a movie premiere – Fifty Shades Freed. Fifty Shades Freed was one of Breannah’s favourite books.Date: Thursday, 8th February 2018 Venue: Burdekin Delta Cinema, Ayr Time: 6:30 pm for 7:00 pm start Cost: $20.00 per ticket BOOK NOW
The Do It For Bree Foundation will be holding a Charity Auction on Friday, 18th May 2018. More information to follow…Tickets will go on sale on Monday, 2nd April 2018. MORE INFORMATION TO COME
What Our Directors Say
Our dedicated Directors are the driving force behind the Words Can Hurt Anti-Bullying Program and helping to remove the stigma around bullying, depression and youth suicide!
“It is really important that we talk about bullying, depression and suicide. We need to remove the stigma from these topics so everyone knows that they aren’t alone.”
“No words can explain losing my best friend and beautiful daughter. If we can save one life by telling Breannah’s story then her tragic death won’t be in vain!”
“Our Words Can Hurt Anti-Bullying program needs to be in schools now so children know what is acceptable and what isn’t. All schools should have a bullying program.”
Join us. Help us make a difference and raise awareness in bullying, depression and youth suicide!
Our Awesome Team
A little bit about our Directors.
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Latest NewsThe lastest media coverage from the Do It For Bree Foundation can be found below. Click on one of the links to read the article.
BREANNAH Piva dreamt of becoming a model and going to university, and was adored by her parents and family. But the 16-year-old Ayr State High student became crippled by the[…]Read more
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