The Shielded Site
Developed in partnership with Women's Refuge, The Shielded Site helps people experiencing family violence to get free, private information that won't show up on their browser history.
In order to use this service, people need to recognise the logo - and that's how you can help! We have free, printable posters, digital slides and bookmarks that you can use in your corps and centres to promote The Shielded Site.
If you need help with family violence, click on the Shielded Site logo at the bottom of The Salvation Army homepage.
Scroll down for these resources:
- Shielded Site poster: please put these up in your corps and centre, to help people recognise the logo and know where they can get help.
- Shielded Site bookmarks: hand these out with a small white chocolate bar or treat, so people can take the message with them.
- Digital Slide: you can use these on TV monitors, digital bulletins and corps notices.
- Q&A with White Ribbon's Rob McCann: A short video about what family violence is, why it happens and why men need to speak out.
Be in to win!
Send us your White Ribbon Day photos, and you could win a $50 Countdown voucher to go towards your next morning tea - thanks to Women's Ministries.
All you need to do is send your photos to Ingrid from WM: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 10 December 2022
Read The Salvation Army's Positional Statement on Domestic Violence
Show this video at your morning tea: This is a Q&A with White Ribbon Day campaign manager Rob McCann, who talks about why it's important to speak up against violence and how to rolemodel healthy relationships.