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Hope Support Empowerment

Strive To Be Kind 2021

Sunflower Sales for Strive To Be Kind

A huge thank you to Jenny Jenner of Kalbar Sunflower Farm for her the generous donation of 3,000 sunflowers.

The sunflower was Allison’s favourite flower and has become a constant symbol for the Foundation throughout past and current campaigns.

Representing Allison’s three daughters, the sunflowers are in bundles of three with a special kindness card attached with 100% of profits going towards The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation. The bunches of flowers will be sold through Brisbane and Ipswich schools and businesses. Kalbar Sunflower’s generous donation will foresee a large contribution to the Foundation’s aim to spread awareness and education in order to prevent family and domestic violence. Below are the businesses where you can purchase a bunch of sunflowers.

  • Scenic Rim Fruit & Vegetables, Kalbar

  • Boonah Fruit Supply, Boonah

  • ANZ Bank – Riverlink Shopping Centre, North Ipswich

  • Moffatt Fresh Produce, Tarome

  • Mortgage Choice, Ipswich

  • Realway Property Consultants, Ipswich

  • Blue Care, Ipswich

  • SBB Partners, Ipswich

  • Go Vita, Redbank

  • Andrew McClure Mechanical, Raceview

  • Kenmore Village Florist, Kenmore

  • James Dean Reality, Tingalpa

Welcome to Allison’s Legacy


The Allison Baden-Clay Foundation aims to build a national community that acknowledges the prevalence of domestic and family violence and seeks to create an Australia that is committed to eliminating and taking concrete action to stop domestic and family violence.

Through our partnership with Griffith University’s MATE Bystander Program, we aim to work together to educate people on recognising the signs of domestic violence and family violence and how to be an effective bystander.


One in six women and one in 16 men have experienced physical and/or sexual violence by a current or previous partner


One in four women and one in six men have experienced emotional abuse by a current or previous partner since the age of 15.


46% of women and seven in 10 men who have experienced violence from a current partner do not seek advice or support after the incident

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