Do It For Dolly Day with Australian Fundraising
Say no to bullying this May and support Do it for Dolly Day! After the devastating loss of Dolly Everett, her parents decided to take a stand and spread kindness in her memory. Join thousands of Australian’s in saying no to bullying and support Do it for Dolly Day on May 14, 2021.
Get Involved with Do it for Dolly Day
Do it for Dolly Day is about bringing the community together to spread kindness! Say no to bullying and participate in Do it for Dolly Day at your school, workplace or community group.
Committed to changing the culture of bullying and cyber bullying in Australia, Dolly’s Dream exists to help spread kindness and say no to bullying. The charity supports families, schools, and the wider community by providing education resources on the impacts of bullying, anxiety, depression and youth suicide.
Learn more about Dolly’s Dream! Visit their website today.
Wear Blue on Do it for Dolly Day
There are lots of ways to get involved on Do it for Dolly Day! Why not get involved by wearing blue, Dolly’s favourite colour on May 14?
Whether you wear a blue t-shirt, ribbon, hat or socks, you can spread awareness for Dolly’s Dream and say no to bullying.
Host a Dolly’s Dream Charity Colour Explosion
Looking for a way to make a big impact and support Dolly’s Dream? Host a Charity Colour Explosion School Fun Run with Australian Fundraising! With no cost to your school or group and ALL profits going entirely to Dolly’s Dream, you can make a big difference in educating the community about bullying and cyber bullying.
Plus, every student will benefit from FREE Dolly’s Dream sunglasses, a rainbow headband, and awesome incentive prizes for their hard work. Use your race day to encourage students to spread colour and kindness for Dolly’s Dream.
Discover how you can fundraise BIG dollars for Dolly’s Dream with a Colour Explosion!
Make a donation
If a major fundraiser like a Colour Explosion School Fun Run isn’t quite possible, you can still make a donation! Dolly’s Dream is always accepting of donations from individuals. Visit their website to make a personal donation.
Around one in four Australian school children are bullied and one in five are cyber bullied each year. The only way these staggering numbers will fall is if every individual makes a change.
Being kind is something we can all do to help reduce the numbers of children bullied and cyber bullied each year. Although we can (and should!) be kind every day, Do it for Dolly Day is an opportunity to remind students, parents, teachers and your community that a little kindness goes a long way.
Looking for ways you can spread kindness? Why not try:
- Thinking carefully before you speak, and trying not to say things that would hurt your feelings if they were said to you?
- Writing a thank you note to someone you are grateful for?
- Telling your friends and family something you like about them?
- Speaking up when you see others not being kind.
There are lots of ways we can be kind to each other – how will you be kind on May 14, 2021?
Visit the Parent Hub.
Dolly’s Dream is committed to supporting families, teachers and the community: that’s why they developed their online Parent Hub! This online portal has a plethora of excellent resources on technology use, pornography and violence, bullying, gaming and so much more.
Visit the Dolly’s Dream Parent Hub!
Visit the Parent Hub today to explore all of the excellent resources provided by Dolly’s Dream. Completely free, you’ll find everything you need to help your children stay safe and say no to bullying.