Domestic violence can affect people of all ages, nationalities, abilities and religions.

These acts of violence cause physiological and physical damage that bring significant harm to victims. With over one million Australian women now reporting acts of domestic violence a year, it is an issue that cannot be ignored.

Labor MP Tony Buti and Liberal MP Tony Simpson are leading a group of prominent Perth business people, lawyers and union officials on a Ride Against Domestic Violence cycling event leaving Margaret River on Friday May 27 and finishing at Elizabeth Quay in Perth on May 29. Along the way the group will be raising money to help the victims of domestic violence in the region and heightening public awareness.

All net profits from the ‘Ride Against Domestic Violence’ will be donated to help victims at Starick Services in the South East Metro Region, South West Refuge in Bunbury, Tuart House (Communicare) in Busselton and Pat Thomas House in Mandurah.


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Elizabeth Quay

Geoffrey Bolton Avenue, Perth

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