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Morning tea supporting DV prevention

SHOW SUPPORT: Head along to the morning tea on May 20 to show your support for domestic violence prevention.
SHOW SUPPORT: Head along to the morning tea on May 20 to show your support for domestic violence prevention. Renee McKeown

On Saturday, May 20 Caboolture Police, in conjunction with the Caboolture Sports Football Club, are holding a morning tea to raise awareness about domestic violence, for Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month.  

You're invited to come along to Caboolture Sports Football Club, located on Grant Road, Caboolture between 9.30am and 11.30am for a tea, coffee and cake.  

Adults tickets cost $10 and children tickets cost $5.

All proceeds will go to local domestic violence services.  

For more information contact Danielle Smith on 0414 941 041.  

Find out what you can do to raise awareness of domestic and family violence at qld.gov.au/notnownotever.  

Topics:  awareness domestic violence


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