Do It For Dolly Day is a day dedicated to bringing the community together, spreading kindness and uniting in helping break the silence around bullying.

Every year in May we see thousands of our wonderful community come together to remember Dolly, participate in fundraising activities to help support the important anti-bullying work we do and share the Dolly’s Dream message to be kind and speak even if your voice shakes, and we can’t wait to do it all again in 2024!


Do It For Dolly Day is on Friday 10th May 2024 and we’re calling on you to help make Dolly’s own dream of a kinder and safer world for Australia’s kids and communities a reality.

For Do It For Dolly Day, we ask people to simply


Donate now to help end bullying.

Go blue

Dress or decorate in blue, Dolly's favourite colour.

Be kind

To everyone and everything you see, a little kindness goes a long way.


Help support anti-bullying initiatives that provide vital education to our communities about bullying prevention.

Register your interest for Do It For Dolly Day 2024

Our team will send you all the resources and information that you need to take part in Do It For Dolly Day 2024 early next year. But it’s never too early to start planning your big day! Put Friday 10 May 2024 in your calendar and get ready to go blue, be kind and take a stand against bullying

Support from a trained counsellor isn’t cheap, and it’s not always accessible, which is why Dolly’s Dream offers a free support line

for people who need it most.


No referral is needed, and the line is open to anyone who needs support.

Please note our support line is delivered by Kids Helpline in partnership with Dolly’s Dream.


Call 0488 881 033 to connect with a trained counsellor. Webchat is also available.


The line is open 24/7.

"The Dolly’s Dream Support Line is a big passion of ours. We wish we had found something like this when our girls were at school and needed help. I wish that I had been able to find that help. If you are struggling, please call our Support Line. They are trained professionals. If that one conversation can stop someone walking the same path that we have … that is what Dolly’s Dream is here for."

- Kate Everett (Dolly’s Mum)

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