Can I use the Dolly’s Dream logo?
To use our community supporter logo, you must have approval from Dolly’s Dream. Please email us to request this logo approval and one of our team members will be in touch.
Do I need to be over 18 years old to fundraise?
We welcome fundraisers of all ages but if you are under 18 years of age, you will need to ask your parent/guardian to help you with your chosen fundraising activity.
Do we have to hold our Do It For Dolly Day activity or fundraising event on Friday 13 May 2022?
While we love seeing a sea of blue and all the Do It For Dolly Day fundraising events and celebrations happening around Australia on our day in May, we appreciate that some people might not be able to hold their fundraising event or Do It For Dolly Day activity on that day.
In the event you can’t run your chosen activity on Friday 13 May, we encourage you to hold your activity on a day that is as close to 13 May and one that works for you, your school, workplace or community group. But remember, it’s important to be kind at any time, not just on Do It For Dolly Day!
I am or know of someone who is being bullied and in need of support, can you help me?
If you or someone you know needs immediate help, call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or emergency services on 000. If you’re in need of someone to talk to you can call the Dolly’s Dream Support Line on 0488 881 033 from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday. You can also visit our Get Help page for more information on more support services that are available.
Why is my support needed?
We are so grateful and appreciative of the support from across the country to date as it has allowed us to make positive change in only a few years. You can read more about the impact of the support we’ve received here.
But we aren’t done, and we need your support so we can continue this vital work. Sadly, around one in four Australian school children are bullied each year and around one in five are cyber bullied. Approximately 45 million bullying incidents take place in Australia’s schools each year and it costs the community greatly.
Your support and donations mean that we can continue to develop and provide vital bullying prevention and online safety programs to kids, families, schools and communities across Australia. It means that we can equip our kids with the knowledge to overcome bullying and start to create a cultural shift across this country where kindness with each other and communication with our kids is the new norm.