What is the Luke Batty Foundation?

After the tragic murder of her son by his father, Rosie Batty established the Luke Batty Foundation to give voice to women and children affected by the trauma of family violence. Since then, Rosie has become a fearless advocate for cultural and systemic change for gender inequality and family violence.

What can I do to help?

Your donation can support Rosie’s advocacy for women and children who experience family and domestic violence. We also invite you to join the Luke Batty Foundation’s campaign ‘Never Alone’, which has more than 70,000+ supporters standing with victims and actively working towards cultural and systemic change.

To date, the Never Alone campaign has helped to deliver:

  • Over 70,000-strong supporter community (and growing)
  • Commitment to respectful relationships education in schools in every state and territory
  • Awareness around gender stereotypes
  • A leading role in the national debate on family violence
  • $100 million injection of federal funding
  • 227 system-changing recommendations from the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence
  • Over $500 million funding increase in Victoria in response to Royal Commission
  • Support for ABC’s call for stories – giving family violence victims a voice in the national media
  • Amplification of events and activities within the family violence sector

How can I learn more?

We thank you in advance for standing beside every victim of family violence by joining the campaign at www.neveralone.com.au

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