Thank you for your interest in supporting Blue Knot Day, Blue Knot Foundation’s annual awareness raising event, which is held on the last Monday in October every year. This year Blue Knot Day will be held on Monday 29 October, a day in which we invite all Australians to show their support for adult survivors of childhood trauma. There are a number of ways you can help support Blue Knot Day and the five million (1 in 4) Australian adults who are survivors of childhood trauma.
Throughout the month of October you can show your support for adult survivors by downloading the Blue Knot Day ‘REAL LIVES. REAL CHANGE.’ social media campaign, and sharing with the hashtag ‘#unitebkd’. Resources include social media guidelines, facts and tips and 2 campaign images. One is for survivors. The other is for supporters; personal and professional. The images highlight the rights of survivors to live ‘a life free from shame and silence’ and our commitment to compassion for all adult survivors of childhood trauma.
Simply right click on the REAL LIVES. REAL CHANGE images above to download and share with your social media networks.
Click to download the Blue Knot Day Social Media Pack Here
On Blue Knot Day, Monday 29 October, and throughout the week of 29 October – 4 November, Blue Knot Day events will be held across the country to raise funds and awareness for adult survivors of childhood trauma, including abuse. Many community events will be open to the public, with others organised within workplaces and other communities. Blue Knot Day events can include workplace morning teas, community barbecues, trivia nights, fun runs etc., or faith-based events.
- Purchase merchandise
You can purchase Blue Knot Day pins or bracelets and share them with your family, friends or community. Give them as a gift, or sell them on at your event in support of Blue Knot Day.
Blue Knot Pin Friendship Bracelet
All of these initiatives will help support Blue Knot Foundation in its work helping survivors recover. Thank you for your support.