The Domestic Violence Action Centre would like to invite all to join together next Wednesday evening on the 5th May to pay respect and remember those who have been killed due to Domestic and Family Violence. This event is also a community event to raise awareness and create change.
Ipswich Domestic and Family Violence Remembrance Day March and Candle Lighting ceremony event details:
Commences 5:30pm at d’Arcy Doyle Place, Brisbane St, Ipswich
March to Tulmur Place, Nicholas Street Precinct, please bring a sign or banner.
6:00pm Candle Lighting Ceremony. Bring your own candle. Some candles will be available on the night.
Followed by speeches
Guest speakers include Vanessa Fowler, Chair Alison Baden-Clay Foundation, Teresa Harding – Ipswich City Mayor, Amie Carrington – CEO Domestic Violence Action Centre, and Acting Superintendent Douglas McDonald , Queensland Police Service.
Inclusive, family friendly event – all welcome
Free Sausage sizzle provided by Ipswich Lions Club
Please help by sharing the Facebook event https://www.facebook.com/
We encourage you, your workplace, school or family and friends to create your own signs and banners to bring with you on the night.
We very much look forward to seeing you on next Wednesday, 5th May.
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