Through high quality and customised education, policy, training and staff engagement, Australia’s CEO Challenge (ACEOC) works with the businesses sector to prevent and alleviate the effects of domestic violence through the development of integrated workplace strategies and community partnerships.
ACEOC does this because people affected by or who use violence are the same people employed in our workplaces; they are our co-workers and employees.
Incoming donations equip us to build valuable community partnerships between the business sector and frontline domestic violence services, that build capacity and increase community awareness.
However, the benefits your donations bring are further reaching then the workplaces and frontline services we currently partner with.
With your generous support, we are able to develop new tools and resources to assist workplaces with tailored training that is specific to their sector and industry, so every donation, large and small, allows us to go above and beyond for the individuals and families affected by domestic violence, and maximises the impact we have in driving social change.
Your contributions are vital to growing and continuing our work and make a real difference to contributing to the goal of ending domestic violence, and there are mnay ways that you can get involved.
ACEOC has been allocated DGR status from the Australian Taxation Office, meaning that any donation over $2 is tax deductible to you or your organisation.
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Commit to regular giving
By signing up to make a weekly or monthly donation you are providing regular giving support, enabling us to grow our current programs and expand these with new tools and resources to assist workplaces with tailored training that is specific to their sector and industry, further acheiving our mission.
Take part in our annual Darkness to Daylight Challenge
Our annual Darkness to Daylight Challenge is a major awareness raising event held during Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month.
The 110km night run, which can be run as an individual or as part of a team, also includes a 10km and 3km early morning run for supporters. Every kilometre run symbolises a life lost to the epidemic of Domestic Violence.
The run can be completed individually or in a relay team overnight, and others are welcome to join the last 10km ‘together run’ or walk the final 3km in the morning, to represent the support and help that the community provides.
Together, we can create a world free from domestic and family violence. Find out more, including how to register.
Fundraise for us!
There are several ways you can fundraise for ACEOC by competing in an existing event or activity and make a real difference to individuals and families affected by domestic violence.
You can individually raise funds through your participation in local fun runs (like the Bridge to Brisbane, ) or other physical challenges (like Tough Mudder), by getting your family, friends and co-workers to sponsor your involvement and contribute to our cause in an even more rewarding way.
If a physical activity isn't for you, then you can plan and organise an event of your own, at a time that suits you and involves your network of family, friends, and colleagues who can all assist you in achieving your fundraising goals.
We appreciate the time and energy of all of our fundraising raising champions whose efforts assist us in continuing our work towards ending domestic and family violence.