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AFLW Richmond players call for kindness this Do It For Dolly Day

AFLW Richmond players call for kindness this Do It For Dolly Day

We’re thrilled to announce AFLW Richmond players Sarah Hosking, Courtney Wakefield and Ellie McKenzie as ambassadors for our third Do It For Dolly Day on Friday 14 May.

Mother-of-two, Courtney Wakefield says she wants kindness to come back into fashion.

“As a mum, I am trying to raise strong, kind and caring little humans,” she says.

“Raising children and making a living in outback New South Wales already sees us face many challenges on a regular basis. Bullying should not be on the top of the list of challenges we face, or that anyone faces for that matter.”

Sarah Hosking said she’s happy to be supporting the day and the fantastic message it sends to the community.

“The ‘Be Kind’ message is something everybody can relate to and put into practice every day. To me, it is about understanding the importance of our actions and having an awareness of how they can impact others,” Sarah says.

“Online bullying is an unfortunate consequence of the evolution of social media and similar digital platforms. It has changed the way we interact with people and is something that many of us, our family and friends, have faced one way or another.

But we can stop bullying by just being kind and having awareness of the power of our actions.”


Visit our Do It For Dolly Day page to find out how you can get involved.