IMPACT Newsletter March 2021

Trek for Childhood 2022

This year, Patron, Rosie Batty along with nine very special supporters will be embarking on the journey of a lifetime in support of Australian Childhood Foundation.

In late 2022, along with Rosie Batty, this intrepid troupe will be trekking across the internationally famous Overland Track, traversing Tasmania’s Cradle Mountain. Exploring deep forests, sub‑alpine plateaus, summiting Tasmania’s highest peak and camping in the remote wilderness each night – all in support of the work we do to protect and heal Australian children.

Throughout the year, each of these adventurous Trekkers will be fundraising for Australian Childhood Foundation. 

This year’s Trek for Childhood will host past Trek participants along with some of our very special corporate partners. Limited places were available and filled up before we were able to extend an invitation to the general public, however you can still get involved in support of the Foundation.

“I love trekking and have always wanted to do the Overlander Track. To raise money for such an important organisation along the way makes this adventure even more special!” – Rosie Batty, AO.

While we offer special events like Trek for Childhood sometimes, you can get involved any time by organise your own event and fundraising in support of Australian Childhood Foundation –  you can register online at any time.

Supporting Australian Childhood Foundation through fundraising in your community helps ensure children can recover from the devastating impacts of trauma, violence and abuse. 

By hosting your own event, taking on a challenge or using a celebration to raise funds, you’re showing children that they’re not alone; they’re a part of a community that cares and supports children to reclaim their childhood.

If you would like to express your interest in a future Trek event or to explore other fun and innovative ideas you have to support children experiencing trauma, please get in touch fundraising@childhood.org.au

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