Toowoomba Together

Bringing All of Us Together to Make our Community Safer through Respectful Relationships

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Get Your “Not In Our Club” Kit

Feel free to print the flyers on this page. You can also contact campaign co-ordinator Jason Hopgood to register your club and receive a starter kit: Tel 46316712 and hopgood.jasonb@police.qld.gov.au

Hypothetical Date Claimer

We’re putting the finishing touches to our Hypothetical planning and will have full details soon. But we can tell you it will take place from 7pm on 23 May at the Armitage Centre, Empire Theatre, Neil Street Toowoomba. Use the contact us page on this website to register your interest.

May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month

Not Now Not Ever In Our Community Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month takes place in communities throughout Queensland every year in May. The month-long campaign is aimed at awareness and education targeting the whole community. Toowoomba Together Inc....

“Not In Our Club” materials for use by all sports clubs

Toowoomba Together Inc. encourages all sports clubs to download and print this free material. The "Not In Our Club" campaign encourages respectful relationships through all sporting codes and in our personal lives. This free material provides lots of great information...

Launch of “Not In Our Club”

Sports Darling Downs quarterly breakfast was the perfect venue to launch the "Not In Our Club" campaign. Toowoomba Together Inc. Chair John Minz addressed the audience and inspired clubs to join the campaign for a safer happier Toowoomba. The campaign will be rolled...

Toowoomba Together Launches Strategy and Acknowledges Partners

On 10 November, Toowoomba Together launches its strategy at City Hall. The Management Committee were present to hear Chairman John Minz present on the vision and high level strategies. ​These included: 1. an evidenced-based assessment model using the Australian...

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Eldridge Cleaver once said 'There is no more neutrality in the world. You either have to be part of the solution, or you're going to be part of the problem.'

Domestic violence happens in your street and impacts your community.
Domestic violence happens to people with whom you work and impacts their well-being and productivity.
Domestic violence happens in your familial relationships and damages the quality of family lives and futures.
Domestic violence impacts kids at the school where your children go.
Domestic violence happens to your sporting teammates and their families.
Domestic violence impacts people in your faith community, your Rotary Club, your Zonta Club and your Scouts group.
Domestic violence will happen in your community tonight and every night.

Victims need our understanding and support.
Perpetrators need to be called out.

Our Domestic and Family Violence Summit – Your Opportunity to be part of our community solution. See you at the Empire Theatre on 16 May 2019.

Register at: www.stickytickets.com.au/77891/toowoomba_regional_domestic_and_family_violence_summit.aspx
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Matthew Gregg of Toowoomba has been instrumental in supporting the lives of young people through his street outreach program known as the Civic Assist Street Crews.

He has supported thousands of people with nearly 50 tonnes of food collected through the Loads of Love Appeal which he created. Matt has an unwavering belief in the potential of young people, and is committed to the idea that everyone is worthy of a fresh start. Well done Matt and his team.

We are proud to have Matt on the Management Committee of Toowoomba Together Inc.

It is great to know that Loads of Love Appeal assists so many families including those impacted by domestic and family violence.
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Toowoomba Together Inc has released its new brand and logo. This fresh new look captures the purpose and mission of our organisation. Whilst our origins started from Toowoomba Says No to Violence, our future is about achieving that vision through “Safe Respectful Relationships”. We are a group that is dedicated to bringing like-minded individuals and groups together to change our social and community fabrics for the better.

Our web site needs some maintenance at the moment, so stay tuned to our Facebook presence and posts to hear about the range of activities coming to our Region. The first of these is the Domestic Violence - Safe Respectful Relationships Summit being held on 16 May at the Empire Theatres.

If you want to help or be involved, you could also make contact at info@toowoombatogether.com.au
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Today we had a phenomenal turn out at the Toowoomba White Ribbon Day.

It was a special and moving day the reminded us why we need to constantly talk about this issue and make steps toward 'changing the story'...

We can all help make a difference and all it takes is to step up and not back down when we see violence happening.

Thank you to Justin Anlezark and our Mayor Paul Antonio for speaking this morning.

Also a huge thank to Toowoomba Rotary Club for breakfast and 2nd Shot for hot coffee.

A huge shout out to the Clontarf Boys and the students from Centenary, Harristown and Wilsonton High that joined us.

Finally but not least at all - A special thanks also to Homestyle Bake for the bread, MacLean Farms Ltd & Sunny Queen Farms for the eggs! And the wonderful Zonta Ladies that are there helping every year.

We appreciate everyone coming and making this a very special morning.
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