Powerful together

The Logan community is working together to increase awareness about domestic and family violence and what can be done to prevent it. We are more powerful together.

Everyone is encouraged show their support by wearing a Powerful Together badge.

Badges, postcards and Quick Help Guides are available at Logan City Council, Queensland Police Service, The Centre for Women & Co, YFS front counters and other organisations.

How can you support Powerful Together?

  • Display the badges, postcards, posters and Quick Help Guides in the public areas of your business. You can order them by emailing notinlogan@yfs.org.au.
  • Tell your staff about the campaign and put up the posters in staff lunch areas and bathrooms.
  • Promote your support for the campaign through social media. Use the hashtags #PowerfulTogether and #NotNowNotEverinLogan.
  • Take photos of your staff (with their permission) wearing the badges and post them on social media with your messages of support.

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Like us on Facebook and Instagram, and share our posts.

Use our social media tiles or create your own. You can download them here.

Show your support by wearing a Powerful Together badge 

Take a photo wearing your badge and post it on social media. Use the hashtags #PowerfulTogether and #NotNowNotEverinLogan.

You can find the badges in local businesses or email notinlogan@yfs.org.au.

Circulate the postcards

Our postcards can help you spread the word about Not Now, Not Ever in Logan. 

For printed postcards email us: notinlogan@yfs.org.au.

Hand out our Quick Help guide

Download, print and hand out our Quick Help guide.

You’ll find them at Logan hairdressers, police stations, medical centres, community services and Council offices.

If you are a local business or community group and you’d like printed guides, please email us: notinlogan@yfs.org.au.

Quick Help Guide

In an emergency, or if someone’s life is in danger, call Triple Zero (000).

This project is made possible with funding from Logan City Council through council’s Community Project Grants.