The Valuing Children Initiative proudly supports #NCPW2019 by launching child safe workshops for the community the week of National Child Protection Week #valuingchildren.
TeamHEALTH pledge to hold collaborative community events, share resources and information to promote children’s safety and wellbeing.
Our Commitment: Creating environments for children and young people to thrive through shared responsibility and continuous improvement.
Centrecare will support National Child Protection Week by sharing resources and messaging on our Social Media, intranet and website.
Empower Tasmanian families to build healthy lives through advocacy, education, community connections and universal support programs, open to all.
Bravehearts is running the 23rd Annual White Balloon Day campaign, raising awareness and funds for the prevention of child sexual assault.
CCFSS is committed to a safe world where difference is respected, learning is reciprocal and everyone has opportunity to reach their full potential.
We’ll be engaging with our communities via social media channels to promote the importance of children’s safety, and National Child Protection Week.
We’ll be sharing and practicing the message of child protection in 150 local Neighbourhood and Community centres across Queensland.
We’ll be supporting National Child Protection Week by sharing social media posts and through national publicity.
We will be supporting National Child Protection Week by sharing resources and supporting messaging throughout the community and on Social Media.
National Child Protection Week is a time to focus on children and how we can all be part of keeping them safe. CatholicCare NT proudly support NCPW.
We pledge to promote the importance of children’s safety to our community, clients and staff and to continue our commitment to safeguarding children.
FAST Australia will support parents with conversations and activities that seek to help children to grow up happy, feeling safe and successful.
Coast Shelter is working collaboratively with local schools and communities supporting National Child Protection Week.
We are supporting NAPCAN and the National Child Protection Week. This year’s theme is in line with our mission and we are proud to help promote it.
NTCOSS supports National Child Protection Week, and will promote key messages and event. We all have a role to play in keeping children safe.
At NZF, we recognise the critical role children play in shaping the future of our community. Keeping them safe is the bare minimum obligation we have upon them. We are committed to providing children in need, not only with safety, but with an environment in which they can grow up being happy and one that can empower them to be successful.
Inner West Council is supporting National Child Protection Week, by sharing resources and information, and is working with local community groups, organisations, networks and key national associations. As part of Child Protection Week we acknowledge that children across Australia are either abused and neglected, and as a community we can all play our part in building stronger communities.
We will be focussed on hearing the voices of children and young people, through participation and launching new child engagement tools.
We’ll be supporting National Child Protection Week by sharing resources that support the workforce to better support parents, including resources to help parents in child-led, shared play. These activities support brain development and help create nurturing relationships that provide the foundations for positive social and emotional wellbeing in children.
SCCWN celebrates our ethos, Protecting Children is Everyone’s Business, with our 8th collaborative Conference and Family Fun Days across the region.
We proudly support National Child Protection Week and we will continue to protect the rights and safety of young children through our everyday work.
Supporting National Child Protection week by promoting the rights and safety of children & young people through our training and work in the EC Sector
The Queensland Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women is pleased to support National Child Protection Week and encourage everyone to play their part to keep children safe.
Smile-A-Mile embraces the 2019 Theme, ‘Kids do well when parents are supported’ through positive relationships with children and families.
ECW will be supporting National Child Protection Week by involving NAPCAN in our events and sharing messages and resources about the campaign.
We’ll support NCPW by promoting the key messages & themes. We’ll continue to advocate for valuing children & child safe environments to prevent abuse.
I pledge to advocate for NAPCAN National Child Protection Week 2019 through social media and using your banner on the company email.
Early intervention and prevention are key to protecting children and their families. We proudly pledge to advocate for NAPCAN via our social networks.
In partnership with CEO we will host our annual CPW Breakfast to raise awareness of our collective responsibility to safeguard all children.
We strongly support NAPCAN and pledge to help organisations strengthen their WWCC practices so children are safer every week of the year.
LORDS Little Wonders Kindergarten pledge to support our families and wider community to navigate the choppy waters and raise thriving children.
pixevety will champion and support NAPCAN and the pledge to help child-safe organisations strengthen their child image protection practices.
We pledge to support National Child Protection Week through participating in activities with children we care for and social media awareness posts
YFCC pledge to support parents, families and communities with keeping children safe, while promoting the importance of children’s safety and wellbeing
We will plan a “White Balloon” day to share awareness of Child Protection to our families, children and educators. Will will request donations.
The Centre will be supporting National Child Protection Week by sharing a different resource each day on the Centre’s Facebook page.
We will be doing a range of activities through age appropriate activities and books about stranger danger and the importance of child safety.
RANSW pledges to advocate children’s protection & participation, believing together we are responsible for safeguarding our children and young people.
We’ll support NCPW by distributing awareness raising resources about respecting & protecting children to parishes, ministries & communities.
To continue our promotion & support to children, families & educators towards building safe communities throughout regular 2019 service projects.
Why – Healthy people, resilient communities
What – Early intervention; Integrated care
Outcomes – Better outcomes for children.
We pledge to help further support our families by providing information that is relevant to our community.
Children have the right to learn and explore, staying safe and being protected for a better future, healthy life style and positive community.
We pledge to continue to promote the importance of children’s safety through community networks, families and individuals; child safety is a priority.
Both Choices Family Day Care and Regional Choices Family Day Care will be supporting National Child Protection Week in many ways -social media + more
We will partner with NAPCAN to host ‘Putting children first: Changing the way we frame parenting to improve child wellbeing in Australia’ SA event.
Our mission is to effect change the child protection systems around Australia to ensure positive outcomes for all Australian children.
ICPS will be advocating for a public health approach to protecting children: children’s participation, strong service systems, child-safe communities.
This year for child protection week we will be spreading awareness amongst our community.
We will spread the National Child Protection Week message on social media and will share the information with volunteers at Children’s Court Victoria.
Flourish pledge to support NAPCAN through advocating for community & family empowerment and sharing key messages to promote child & family wellbeing.
We all share the responsibility for child safety. For National Child Protection Week 2019, we’re refreshing our We Put Children First campaign, which aims to keep the children and young people we support safe.
ANNUAL ART GALLERY-children expressing what makes them feel safe, open to the wider community sharing the message ‘Child Safety is Everyone’s Business.
Profiling how community football clubs are providing healthier, more connected lives through the enjoyment of footy.
We pledge to support the wellbeing and safety of our children by promoting awareness through social media, website and at our Narara Community Centre.
CAPS will be working with kids, parents, educators and community during this important week, advocating for the rights of kids.
We pledge to participate in an interview about Leanne’s Gift, an information pack created to guide clients through the Qld Child Protection system.
Fostering Hope pledges to share information about Child Protection Week to foster and kinship carers and their communities.
To continue to fight to prevent harm and abuse of children, enabling trusted environments for children and creating safer environments for children.
Good Shepherd Catholic College is committed to provide a safe and supportive environment to staff and students.
C&K is committed to creating safe learning environments for all children by implementing the National Principles for Child Safe Organisations.
To promote children’s rights and provide them with the freedom to play, learn and grow during these important years of development.
Child protection is everyone’s business and we’ll be sharing resources and the message to our staff, and the youth and NDIS participants we support.
We are proud to support National Child Protection Week through the promotion of key messaging and by our participation in local events and forums.
Together4Kids is launching the new The Garden Dyad Program to strengthen the relationship between parents and their infants/toddlers.
CEDP will promote National Child Protection Week using social media, classroom-based activities and new protective behaviour resources for schools.
Every child has a right to be safe and protected from all forms of abuse, violence or exploitation. We are committed to providing safe environments.
Only For Me pledges to giveaway 50 free copies in 50 days, of its best selling picture book to help empower & protect children against sexual abuse.
Here at Leanne’s Little Learner we pledge to show our support for National Child Protection week, through displays, and by making each child feel safe
We pledge to provide annual refresher training for staff during Child Protection Week to retain the necessary skills to keep children safe.
We strive to promote the safety and wellbeing of all children and strengthen our community to protect children against harm.
We will always promote the importance of children’s safety to our Community, Clients and staff. We proudly support the child protection message.
We are displaying posters around the service, sharing social media posts and a display on our family message board to help share the message.
We are displaying posters in our church window to promote church & community awareness in our area.
Not just this week, but every week, CommunityOSH will advocate for the rights of EVERY child to feel safe, secure, supported and cared for in our care
We ensure all children have a voice, their views are listened to and respected, and they contribute to how we plan, design and develop our city.
We aim to equip children with protective behaviours…giving children the tools they need to feel safe and get help in a uncomfortable situation.
We pledge to advocate to families and children and to continue to protect the rights and safety of young children each and everyday!
To continue supporting children who have a parent in prison giving holistic support to these vulnerable children and their carers
That we will continue to advocate for all children including those who don’t have a voice.
We will be supporting National Child Protection Week by displaying posters and hosting a colouring competition for the children.
During NCPW we are going to hold a “Week of Safety” by posting and sharing NAPCAN posters and social media resources on our Centre’s Facebook Page.
Our Pledge is to make Child Abuse Prevention Our Daily Priority.
We will continue to advocate & value the rights all children, in alignment with our Philosophy – sharing resources and more on an ongoing basis.
We will continue to advocate for children during National Child Protection Week and promote this within our community and social network platforms.
Love and Mercy will display posters and have age appropriate activities, books and familiarize children and educators on importance of child safety.
We plan to educate the children more around personal safety, this will include stranger danger, safety zones, 000, personal boundaries, and much more.
We pledge to advocate to families and to continue to protect the rights and safety of all children each and every day!
To ensure all children are safe and secure whilst under our care and that all child protection regulations, standards and policies are upheld everyday
We pledge to advocate for keeping children safe, drive and embed a culture of zero tolerance of child harm, lead and embed a child safe organisation.
Promote information on Facebook , send short article and kids pictures to local schools, help hold an information stall at community markets.
A range of services for children and families, committed to ensure children and young people are safe and cared for in family, community and culture.
YWCA Australia will support #NCPW2019 through messaging on our digital channels about our many programs and services relating to child protection.
Carers NT are proud to support National Child Protection Week through displaying posters and sharing social media posts to help spread the message.
We’ll be sharing resources throughout the community, in person and on social media, that support kids and their parents.
We at Goodstart North Lakes – College street pledge to ensure that all of our children and families have the best possible start in life.
We pledge to promote the rights and safety of all children through social media posts and annual child protection training.
Training around recognising child abuse and neglect and delivery of Child Safe Environments training.
DBB Schools celebrate this year with activities & events including: Liturgy (Inclusion & Care),e-Safety Masterclass & Forum for people with disability.
Our vision: All children displaced have the resources they need. We pledge to continue providing material aid to children entering OOH care.
Alstonville Dance Studio – offers a safe inclusive creative space for all children of all ages, abilities + genders.
We pledge to make child safety and protection our business each and every day. We stand as advocates for all children and their right to be safe.
Child safety is the responsibility of everyone; we will be working closely with our communities to support the needs of families and children.
To support the Playgroup Village by sharing the NCPW Campaign messages and resources with families and communities to create child safe environments.
AIECS recognizes that we all have a role to play in protecting children from harm and to support families to do the important job of raising children.
Our pledge will be to continue creating inclusive environments where all children, families and the community feel safe, secure, valued and supported!
We at Angels of the Bay, Rosebery will continue to advocate children’s rights; the right to survive, to be heard and to feel safe at all times.
I wholeheartedly support NAPCAN and National Child Protection week and will continue to promote its initiatives to local schools in my area.
We intend to spread the word and activities in our classes as we did for the Cyber Safety week. We cover safety weekly and had added your programs.
To support and be a lighthouse to the families in our community
The Society pledges to engage with our supporters and promote kids do well when parents are supported.
At API, we pledge to play a proactive and reactive role in the protection of health and well-being of all children.
OC is committed to play our part by supporting 14 communities across Australia with their aspirations to ensure all their young children are thriving.
Clovelly Child Care Centre pledges to keep all children safe. Every child has rights and it is our responsibility to protect and promote those rights
Redkite proudly supports National Child Protection Week by sharing resources and information to our staff, volunteers, supporters and families
We pledge to support families and the broader community to keep children safe, and promote the importance of children’s safety & well being.
YFS will focus on children’s safety and wellbeing through community events, staff development and promotional activities during Child Protection Week.
Promoting Child Protection Week and any local events through our social media outlets
We pledge to offer a safe, open environment for families to engage in conversations, and access resources that inform them about Child Protection.
At The Smith Family we have, and will continue to maintain, a long-term commitment to child safety, protection and wellbeing.
CPSL will share resources & messaging on social media to promote NCPW and child safeguarding. Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility.
BABI Youth and Family will actively engage our community via social media promoting the message that ‘Kids do well when parents are supported’.
We will share information and resource links via social media and have conversations with our students about ways we can support children & families
We will continue to educate parents and professionals about how to keep young people safe from predators and other threats, online and in-person.
At Goodstart Moreton Downs we pledge to make child protection our business by being an advocate for keeping children safe every day.
We pledge to keep kids safe, educate children & families and share information for families and the community.
We pledge to heighten awareness via social media and provide a free education facebook live Q&A for parents: including protective safety information
We will continue to implement our protective behaviours programs ensuring the safety and wellbeing of the children, while educating our families
We pledge to make child protection our business by being an advocate for keeping children safe every day.
Accoras is supporting National Child Protection Week with office morning teas, social media posts, and #ncpw19 staff activities
We pledge to provide an environment for children where they feel safe, and can develop positive relationships with adults and peers.
Evergreen embraces the 2019 Theme, ‘Kids do well when parents are supported’ through positive relationships with children and families.
Kids Biz will be supporting National Child Protection week by promoting child safety through planned activities and discussions between all parties.
The team at Goodstart Annandale Brazier Drive pledge to make child protection our business and foster a culture of zero tolerance to child harm.
At Fundamental we will offer training resources to Educators and families on our social media pages and website, to support Child Protection Week.
We promote awareness on child safety both online and in reality to all communities including Indigenous Communities.
We pledge that children’s safety will always be our top priority, now and moving into the future.
CatholicCare will support National Child Protection Week through sharing information and helping to build safe harbours for families everyday.
On behalf of our 80 community groups we pledge to continue creating safe and supported opportunities for families to enjoy reading together.
We pledge to continue to protect children by supporting their right to grow up in a safe environment and by promoting children’s voices.
AnglicareCQ pledges to raise awareness and support families, carers and staff to provide safe, caring environments so that kids can thrive.
We support the 2019 theme, “Kids thrive when parents are supported” by strengthening families to create a safe haven village at playgroup.
Discussions with educators about child wellbeing including how to be a child-safe organisation and understand their role in being a mandatory reporter.
To provide awareness and resources through social media and children’s programming.
Territory Families is committed to ensuring that all Northern Territory children grow up safe, healthy and happy so they have the best start in life.
StandbyU Foundation pledges to issue 50 personalised safety watches for children at risk of abuse, neglect and domestic violence across Qld at no cost
Helping to keep kids safe through advocacy, education, our allergy workshops and resources. Creating safer environments, inclusion, reducing bullying.
Seed Foundation Australia will support National Child Protection Week by sharing resources and messaging through our Social Media page.
We pledge to promote the importance of children’s safety to our community, customers and staff and to continue our commitment to safeguarding children
Haven Psychology Centre pledges to always place children first. We dedicate our resources to provide effective and harmonious behaviour in families.
We pledge to make child safety and protection our core business everyday. We will advocate for the safety and rights of all children.
We off our B.E.S.T Kids Program to provide kids the tools to navigate effectively through life’s choppy waters; in a safe, welcoming environment.
We advocate for the health, safety & well-being of children in our community, & pledge our support towards helping parents navigate “choppy waters”.
The Chipping Norton Football Club Community raised $1,000 to contribute to NAPCAN’s primary prevention activity.
The Every Child Campaign proudly supports National Child Protection Week and will continue to advocate for the rights of children and their families.
At Tigger’s Place early Learning Centre we pledge to raise awareness for child protection and providing a safe environment for all children.