Children are the most vulnerable group in our community. They are more at risk of the emotional, physical and psychological effects associated with trauma than anyone else. Over 1,100 children in WA have to leave home every year as a result of abuse, neglect or other crisis situations, and often they do not have time to take even the basic essentials with them.
A Comfort Pack is a child’s backpack filled with essential items that provide personal care and comfort while away from home. Constable Care provides these free of charge to frontline care and emergency service workers anywhere in WA who are working with children who are victims of abuse, neglect, or who are involved in traumatic situations such as road accidents or bushfires.
What can I donate to Comfort Packs?
Comfort Pack contents are age and gender appropriate for children. Constable Care require the following NEW items for children aged 0 – 16 years.
Where can I drop off my donations?
Please drop off your donations at one of the Constable Care drop boxes listed below.
When do I have to drop off my donations by?
Donations will be accepted at the above drop box locations until close of business on Sunday 4 December 2016. City of Melville officers will ensure the items get delivered to Constable Care headquarters.
Visit the Constable Care website for more information about their Comfort Packs.