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Blue Knot Day – for survivors and supporters

Blue Knot Foundation (BKF) calls on all Australians to unite in support of the more than five million Australian adults who have experienced complex trauma. Blue Knot Day 2022 will be held on Thursday October 27.

Blue Knot Day’s annual Festival of Healing will focus on the theme “Nurturing Mind, Body and Soul – Exploring What You Need”. BKF will deliver a range of resources through its social media channels, cutting through the buzzwords to provide practical information.

Nurturing our mind, body and soul is not a one-size-fits-all. Blue Knot Day will explore a range of methods and topics to help survivors and supporters on their wellbeing journey.

Here are some ways to show your support:

  • Hold an event in your workplace or community
  • Share awareness through social media
  • Purchase Blue Knot merchandise
  • Fundraise on behalf of BKF
  • Make a one-off or recurring donation


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