Domestic Violence Walk and Candle Lighting Ceremony

Joining with communities across Australia, Sunshine Coast residents answered a call to action for individuals to speak out against family violence by participating in a “walk against domestic violence” and candle lighting ceremony at Mooloolaba on May 2.

The walk started at the War Memorial at Alexandra Headland and concluded with a ceremony at the Loo with a View, Mooloolaba.

Domestic violence advocates and members of the community  came together to take a stand and honour those who have lost their lives as a result of domestic and family violence.

To find out what support is available for people experiencing domestic and family violence visit the Centacare website. 

We at the Catholic Archdiocese of Brisbane are committed to helping end domestic and family violence in all its forms. The Archdiocese includes Brisbane Catholic Education and its 137 Catholic schools, Centacare’s child care services, disability and aged care support services, family and relationship services and pastoral care services, as well as 99 parish communities. We stretch from the Queensland & New South Wales border, north to Gin Gin and west to Eidsvold and Gatton.


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