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04 December 2019
Horsham East and Horsham Rotary clubs have been busy visiting Horsham district businesses to promote a community message to stamp out family violence.
Project co-ordinator Steve Holmes is pictured with cards and information for businesses to display and hand out as part of the #sayNo2-familyviolence project.
Mr Holmes said statistics showed per capita, Horsham municipality rated among the highest for police call-outs to family-violence incidents in the state.
“We started the project, inspired by Maryborough Rotarians in 2014, in Horsham in 2017,” he said.
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“We’re working with police and government agencies to spread the anti-violence message. The impacts from family violence can last a lifetime. Family violence is unacceptable and apart from the pain and suffering it causes, also costs taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars. We need to beat it.”
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