Morcombes take child safety message national

Daniel Morcombe Foundation

Daniel Morcombe Foundation
Daniel Morcombe Foundation

Parents of abducted and murdered school boy Daniel Morcombe are planning to take child safety messages to all Australia and promote Day for Daniel.
Bruce and Denise Morcombe are embarking upon a ‘66 Day National Keeping Kids Safe Tour’ commencing on the first day of Child Safety Week, Sunday the 1st of September 2013, to promote and encourage people to take action, by participating in child safety educational activities on Day for Daniel on October 25th,.
Driving Big Red 17,000 kilometres through every State in Australia over 66 days, does not faze Bruce and Denise Morcombe in their bid to educate kids and empower communities across the country.
The around Australia Road Tour promoting a ‘National Day of Action’ will commence hot on the on the heels of their current Queensland Schools tour following Queensland Child Safety Awards at Parliament House in Brisbane on August 29th and return to the Sunshine Coast in time for Day for Daniel on October 25th .
Day for Daniel is a National Day of Action that has grown to include over 1 thousand schools and more than a Million Australians annually, conducting education and awareness activities in their own communities.
This year the Daniel Morcombe Foundation is offering schools the opportunity to win $24,000 worth of valuable resources simply by registering and conducting child safety activities at their schools.
In a random draw, one school from each State and Territory will win 3 IPADS (loaded with child safety education resources and links) and one of those schools will also win $10,000 to purchase much needed educational resources such as computers and sporting equipment for the students.
Businesses registering and conducting an awareness or educational activity will go into a draw for $3,000 cash to spend on their local community organisation of choice.
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