Bonnie the Bunny



Instead of chocolate this Easter you can buy this comfort bunny for a child who’s been abused or neglected. You’ll be helping us raise money for some of Australia’s most vulnerable children.

Each year Nana Huchy donate Bonnie the Bunnies, we sell them and give them to children who have been admitted to hospital with injuries from abuse or neglect. We then donate 100% of the profits. So far we've donated $69,000 to Bravehearts, Barnardos and child protection units across the country and have delivered 1,600 bunnies to five states in Australia including NSW, Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria and The Northern Territory.

Sadly some children are admitted to hospital alone, confused and horribly injured after enduring unspeakable cruelty. This is where Bonnie the Bunny steps in and offers a touch of comfort at a very dark time in these children's lives.

Gotta love a little #payitforward ❤️ #insteadofchocolate

This year 100% of profits from Bonnie the Bunny will go to supporting the invaluable work of Bravehearts. Bravehearts is a national charity providing world-class child protection training and education initiatives; specialist child sexual assault counselling and support services; as well as research and reform campaigns to work holistically to prevent child sexual assault in our society.










Bonnie Function


Tickets on sale 30th March

We’d love you to join us at the iconic Coogee Pavilion on Thursday 11th April from 12noon on the Rooftop to celebrate 5 years of running the heartwarming Bonnie the Bunny campaign.

We’re celebrating raising well over $69,000 for some of Australia’s most vulnerable children and providing thousands of comfort bunnies to children in need across the county.

Join us in thanking the owner of Nana Huchy, Lucy Morrison for her generosity in donating 2,000 Bonnie the Bunnies.

Thank you to our loyal supporters Kate G Designs, Kwik Kopy Bondi Junction, Platinum Pre School Randwick and all of you for supporting this important campaign.

Charity Buddy Bracelets


You can help empower girls in Cambodia by buying BRAVE charity Buddy Bracelets. You’ll be supporting girls in Cambodia to gain an education but you’ll also be supporting girls who have escaped exploitation.

These bracelets have been designed and made by Cambodia girls who have been rescued from exploitation. They are now not just survivors but are thriving and healing with purposeful employment. They have made these bracelets knowing they are going to be worn by YOU here in Australia. 100% of profits will go to supporting education programs for Cambodian girls so they have a real chance for a brighter and happier future.

100% of the profits from the sale of these Buddy Bracelets goes to AusCam Freedom Project.

“When you educate a girl SHE can change HER world.” AusCam Freedom Project


 We are extremely grateful for the support of the media for shining a spotlight on our campaigns. This coverage helps us reach more people and raise more money for causes we all believe in.

Thank you to our wonderful supporters - most recently to come on board is Virgin Australia. They jumped in and flew our Bonnie the Bunnies to kids in the Northern Territory saving us thousands of dollars in delivery fees. Thank you Virgin Australia for delivering the precious cargo safely.

The talented and kind Miranda Otto Kate RitchieMegan Gale, PauliniKat Hoyos, Elka Whalan, Amiee Tarulli and Giaan Rooney have all added their star power to our fundraising efforts. They have helped us support the many charities was feel passionately about including Child Protection Units across the country, Little Heroes Swim Academy, Sydney Children's Hospital, Fred Hollows Foundation, Fairy Sparkle's Hospital Fairy Garden, Barnardos and Bondi Beach Cottage (refuge for women and children fleeing domestic violence). 

Thank you Miranda Otto for supporting our Nana Huchy Bonnie the Bunny Easter Campaign each year. 

“When I was invited to support The Change Angels Bonnie Bunny Campaign I couldn’t refuse. Giving a child a soft toy to cuddle and love when they are admitted to hospital under such horrific circumstances can be very powerful" - Miranda Otto - 

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