Do It For Dolly Day: Awareness and prevention of bullying never been more important

Dolly's Dream

With recent research showing half of young people in Australia have experienced cyber bullying or other hurtful online behaviour in their lifetime, it’s never been more important for families to say ‘no more’ and to learn the seven signs that your child is being targeted.

This year’s Do It For Dolly Day on Friday 14 May is seeing communities across the country embrace its messages to be kind, dress in blue and take a stand against bullying.

Established in 2018 by Northern Territory couple Kate and Tick Everett after their 14-year-old daughter Dolly took her own life following sustained and ongoing bullying and online bullying, Dolly’s Dream acts as a voice for those who can’t speak for themselves.

It aims to create a kinder world and works to prevent other precious lives being lost by educating and empowering families and schools to end bullying and online bullying.

Kate Everett has called on all families this year to

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