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Call the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria toll free on 1800 105 303 from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday. 

If you need support after hours you can call safe steps Family Violence Response Centre of Victoria on 03 9322 3555 or country toll free on 1800 015 188. For emergency assistance, call Police on 000.

FVPLS Victoria 15 Year Anniversary Gala 

Christine Anu.pngThe Chair and Board of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention & Legal Service Victoria (FVPLS Victoria) invite you to join us for an evening of celebration as we mark our 15 year anniversary and share some exciting news about our organisations vision moving forward.

Saturday 3 March 2018
6.30pm for a 7pm start
Peninsula A @ Docklands
Shed 14 Central Pier, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands 

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FVPLS Victoria CEO recognised as an inaugural international gender justice champion

FVPLS Victoria CEO Antoinette Braybrook has been recognised as an inaugural international gender justice champion for her tireless work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women who are victims/survivors of family violence. The award, announced in New York on Friday 8 December by Women’s Initiatives for Gender Justice, is in recognition of Ms Braybrook’s lifelong advocacy ensuring the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women are visible. 

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Hundreds of children set to experience Christmas joy

Christmas can be a very challenging time for the families supported by FVPLS Victoria, for many different reasons. One of these reasons includes financial pressures, making it tough for parents to provide presents for their children on Christmas morning. Each year FVPLS Victoria hosts a Christmas Gift Giving Tree where donations are sourced from our loyal supporter base and gifted to the families we work with.

“With thanks to our many supporters, we were able to provide gifts to 223 children. Imagine the joy this will bring to the many families we work with. We were also able to provide a gift for our clients with thanks to It’s in the Bag by Share the Dignity,” said Ms Braybrook.

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