Walk Against Family Violence 2019
Mon, 25 Nov 2019 12:00 PM
This important event is in its 11th year. Show your support as we walk towards a future without family violence.
The first Walk Against Family Violence was held in 2008 by a committee of family violence services, local councils and Victoria Police, to raise community awareness of family violence, and its impact within the community.
Our aim is to build momentum each year, and encourage Victorians to stand up and speak out against family violence.
Family violence impacts every corner of our society and we each have the ability to make changes within our own families, workplaces, schools and communities, to be accountable for our behaviour and to no longer ignore the effects of violence.
Join us at Federation Square
safe steps Movie Night – Thelma and Louise | 9th march 2019
A full house watched the cult classic “Thelma and Louise” at Rooftop Cinema on 8th March. This special screening was held on the International Women’s Day with all proceeds going to support the safe steps services.
safe steps Movie Night – A Star is Born
A special screening of the highly acclaimed “A Star is Born” starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper was held on Thursday 25th October at the Palace Kino Cinema in Melbourne. 100% of profits from the evening went to supporting women and children escaping family violence.
Walk Against Family Violence 2018
The Walk Against Family Violence 2018 saw over 3000 people walk and show their support to eliminate violence against women and children.
safe steps SAFETEA for women 2018
The 2018 safeTEA was hosted by Martine Harte, award-winning journalist, presenter, and founder of popular women’s blog Engaging Women.The event also featured guest speaker Sarah Roza from Married at First Sight and entertainment by The Voice’s Kelsie Rimmer.
This high tea with a purpose included delicious pastries, sweets and bubbles. All proceeds went towards women and children escaping family violence.
safe steps Movie Night – Ocean’s 8
A special opening night screening of the highly acclaimed heist comedy Ocean’s 8 starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helen Bohnam Carter, and Rihanna was held on Thursday 7 June at the Kino Cinemas in Melbourne.
All proceeds from the evening went towards providing emergency accommodation to women and children escaping family violence.
safe steps Movie Nights – Lady Bird
Two special screenings of the Golden Globe-winning film Lady Bird were held at the luxurious Kino Cinemas on 7 and 13 March 2018. Gift bags valued at over $150 contained products generously donated by Aesop, L’Oreal and Klorane were included in the ticket price with all proceeds going to safe steps to continue to provide services to women and children fleeing family violence.