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ISUZU UTE Shows True Colors for 'Day For Daniel'

17 October 2018
For the sixth consecutive year, Isuzu UTE Australia (IUA) will be proudly supporting the Daniel Morcombe Foundation’s annual ‘Day for Daniel’, on Friday the 26th of October.
 
The Foundation’s national day of child safety and protection awareness is held on the final Friday of October — with the Foundation encouraging everyone to wear red in honour of Daniel.

Since 2013, IUA has proudly supported the Daniel Morcombe Foundation — not only by participating in fundraising events, but also by providing an Isuzu MU-X LS-T to Foundation founders — Bruce and Denise Morcombe — which assists them in getting safely to their destination enabling them to deliver their safety curriculum to school children across Australia.

“Isuzu UTE has been an integral supporter for many years. The generous support from our partners like Isuzu UTE enables us to spread our key ‘Recognise, React and Report’ message throughout Australian schools and communities” said Denise Morcombe – co-founder of the Daniel Morcombe Foundation.

“Since the beginning, Day for Daniel has been a significant day for both Bruce and myself, as a day of reflection and advocacy. Each year we are humbled by the united support of our partners and all of the communities who get involved,” Denise added.

The Daniel Morcombe Foundation’s ‘Day for Daniel’ is Australia’s largest child safety campaign — a campaign that educates, advocates and help empower children to Recognise, React and Report situations where they feel threatened.

‘Day for Daniel’ participants and supporters are encouraged to wear red as a show of solidarity – the signature colour of the foundation – which has dedicated countless resources to promoting the awareness of the vulnerability of children.

Alongside ‘Day for Daniel’, a number of fundraising events are held throughout the year, including the ‘Dance for Daniel’ and ‘Walk for Daniel’.

To get involved in your community and for more information, visit www.danielmorcombe.com.au/day-for-daniel

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