ESTABLISHING "SMALL STEPS 4 HANNAH"
At the request of Hannah’s parents, the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust assisted the family to establish a charity called "Small Steps 4 Hannah" which honours Hannah’s legacy and addresses domestic violence.
More than $30,000 was raised for this worthy cause via a GoFundMe campaign.
Hannah's family thank you for your consideration and generosity.
Update - 4 September 2020
Thank you once again to all the generous donors who have contributed to establishing Small Steps 4 Hannah (SS4H). All funds raised in this campaign have now been provided to the SS4H team.
If you would like to donate to SS4H, the SS4H team have opened a new campaign to raise funds for upcoming projects, which can be located here.
To be updated on SS4H’s projects and other ways to get involved, please visit the SS4H website and sign up to their newsletter. You can also follow on Facebook and LinkedIn to keep up to date on all the latest from the SS4H team.
Update – 5 March 2020
Thank you to everyone for your generous support to establish Small Steps 4 Hannah.
The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Trust (LMCT) is currently in discussions with the Clarke family and Hannah’s close friends to get Small Steps 4 Hannah established. The family is taking the time to ensure whatever is implemented is done in the most impactful way and will encourage much-needed conversations to drive meaningful change to address domestic violence.
When Small Steps 4 Hannah is up and running, the LMCT will be giving all proceeds to Small Steps 4 Hannah for its work to address issues of domestic violence. We will provide the comments posted on the GoFundMe page to Small Steps 4 Hannah to consider as it develops its services.
You can also register for updates on the establishment of Small Steps 4 Hannah at https://www.smallsteps4hannah.com.au
Should you or someone you know be experiencing domestic violence, please contact DVConnect on 1800 811 811 (Womensline) or 1800 600 636 (Mensline), or 1800RESPECT (1800 737 732). More information is available at https://www.qld.gov.au/community/getting-support-health-social-issue/support-victims-abuse/domestic-family-violence
In an emergency, please call the police on Triple Zero (000).