Nige is shaving his head. Why? Because I told him Canberra’s Domestic Violence Crisis service needed our help to raise money. He made the decision in less than 10 seconds.
I don’t think I’ve ever been prouder of my mate.
Nige joins ABC Host and DVCS Champion Adam Shirley, DVCS board members, ACT policing, ICON Water and a host of LEGENDS lining up to help the cause.
It’s a cause close to my heart, I’ve been Champion with DVCS for the last 6 years. With the rough year everyone went through in 2020, demand for DVCS services skyrocketed while opportunities to raise money to help fund said services declined.
Here are the details of The DVCS Shave For The Brave. We’d love your support. Kristen x
What is DVCS?
“Domestic Violence Crisis Service (DVCS) is here to help people build lives free from domestic violence and fear.
We are passionate about breaking the domestic violence cycle in the Canberra community.
For over thirty years, we have been providing emergency and long-term support, advice, domestic violence resources.”
Where does the money go?
- Emergency accommodation ($180 per night for a single person)
- Mobile phones and credit for those who have none or whose phone has been damaged or compromised
- Meal packs and groceries for those staying in emergency accommodation ($250 for a phone and credit)
- Security upgrades such as lock changes, security screens on windows/doors, personal alarms, house alarms and CCTV (from $500 to $15,000)
- Support Groups for women and children who have been impacted by domestic and family violence (1 person at all sessions = roughly $1,500)
- School holiday picnics for women and children who we are supporting in our programs (1 event = roughly $2,000)
The DVCS Shave for the Brave
Monday March 15
6 – 9am
How do you donate? Click here.