High Tea


We'd love you to join us for High Tea at the beautiful Doltone House Hyde Park Sydney in celebration of International Day of the Girl 2018.

100% of profits will be going to support  AusCam Freedom Project. This charity provides education opportunities for girls in Cambodia. Cambodia is one of the worlds' poorest countries and education helps them break the cycle of poverty and empowers them to create a better future for themselves. 📚 

$125 per person, from September 7th
Includes a glass of bubbles and a selection of delicious cakes and sandwiches.

MC - Sami Lukis Television Presenter, Radio Host, Author,  Journalist
Melinda Tankard Reist - Writer and Advocate for Girls Sarah Rowan Dahl - live art performance
Auction, Lucky Door Prizes + many more exciting things

Why not grab the ladies and your teenage daughters and make a day of it? 










Brave Buddy Bracelet


These gorgeous B for Brave Buddy Bracelets have been designed and made by precious girls in Cambodia who have been rescued from the sex trade. 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 and that all the profits from these sales will be contributing to keeping girls in school so they don’t end up in situations like they have endured.

When you educate a girl SHE can change HER world.

Dolly's Dream


100% of profits from the sale of True Blue & Aqua Colour Crazy  Buddy Bracelet  will go to support Dolly's Dream Foundation. The Dolly's Dream Foundation is a charity established by family and friends of Dolly Everett. Dolly was the victim of bullying, and ended her own life at the young age of 14. In remembrance of Dolly, and to facilitate positive change, the Dolly's Dream Foundation was established to support cyber bullying and teen suicide prevention programs. Help us put an end to bullying and support those who are finding it difficult to cope. 

Each Buddy Bracelet comes with a Buddy Promise to sign and keep safe. Wearing a Buddy Bracelet and signing the Buddy Promise acts as a reminder to be a kind and trusted friend...but to also expect the same from your friends in return. 

Thank you Buddy Bracelets for your ongoing support. 

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100% of profits from the sale of our gorgeous friendship mini WARRIOR Buddy Bracelets and our Choose Kind t-shirts will go to the children's charity Bravehearts.

The Warrior is a black and white friendship Buddy Bracelet with a white Buddy Bead. They each come with a Buddy Promise to sign and keep safe. The promise is about being a kind and trusted friend and the importance of expecting the same in return from you friends. These are for the little people in your life and are made for kids 4 years - 8 years. 

Bravehearts is a national charity providing world-class child protection training and education initiatives; specialist child sexual assault counseling and support services; as well as research and reform campaigns to work holistically to prevent child sexual assault in our society.


 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.

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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