Detective Sergeant Natalie Antaw of Manning Great Lakes in NSW has motivated police and domestic violence support services to find new ways to raise awareness. "We decided we would attempt to knit Australia's biggest white ribbon, which I don't think has been done before, so I'm pretty sure we've already got that title."
People are contributing sections to become part of this white ribbon [see details below], and these will be put to good use after the world record attempt is over as the ribbon will be pulled apart and stitched into individual blankets."
Want to help? Here are the details you need to know:
Where to drop off your section:
If you're in NSW, drop it to any police station and they will pass it on.
If you're not in NSW, please post your contribution to the Taree Police Station at 26 Muldoon Street, Taree, NSW, 2430.
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NSW police have initiated an attempt to help knit/crochet the world's biggest white ribbon to raise awareness of domestic violence
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