In the spirit of reconciliation Broken to Brilliant acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.'

Broken to Brilliant would like to pay our respects to those who have been killed as a result of domestic violence, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones. 

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Mark your calendar & join us

Updated: Mar 13

Broken to Brilliant is starting 2020 with an exciting and ever increasing calendar of events.

Western Suburbs Rotary clubs has invited Broken to Brilliant to several events throughout the year. We are looking forward to growing this partnership into the future.

New on March 1, is the Gratitude Ride which combines the health benefits of connecting with nature, animals and the psychological benefits of practising gratitude for all the positive things we have in our lives. All donations will be given to Broken to Brilliant.

May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month and looks like it will eventful. A number of events are scheduled to keep the Broken to Brilliant team busy.

The Art workshops in May are for domestic survivors as they tell their stories through their art. The intent is to encourage healing and social inclusion and to provide lasting positive mental health benefits.

The Art Show looks exciting. Domestic and Family Violence Survivors (DFVS) will be sharing their art with the community. The aim is promote community understanding about DFVS and give the artists confidence as they share their experiences with the community members.

Come and join us at one the events, you can get involved Email:

Calendar of events

  • Jan 18 - Planning Day - a busy day planning so many events

  • Feb 26 - Toowong Rotary Dinner Meeting 6 pm – 8 30pm, Speaker 30mins total

  • Feb 29 -Brookfield Rotary –invited to speak and participate in the Trivia night

  • Mar 8 - Mentorship Webinar for mentors and mentees

  • Mar - a Virtual Meeting via Zoom March 2020 - Survivors to Thrivers Mentoring commencement webinar (changed due to Covid 19)

  • Mar 29 - Gratitude Ride please register –organised by Ricinda Ranch Quarter Horses

  • May 7 - Morning Tea with QLD Health DFV Champions - Speaker, Draw Mother’s Day raffle. This also National Domestic Violence Remembrance Day

  • May 7 - Kawana Library - Raising awareness in the community. This is also National Domestic Violence Remembrance Day. Register to attend here

  • May (Dates to be confirmed) - Art Workshop Domestic Violence Amazing Resilient Thriver (DV-ART)

  • May 21 - Logan Library - Raising awareness in the community. This is also World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development. Register to attend here

  • May 29 - Western Suburbs Rotary ‘Crisis to Connection’ launching their DV action plan. We have been invited to speak at this event.

  • June 3 - Art Show Domestic Violence Amazing Resilient Thriver (DV-ART) at Randal Studio. Register to attend here

  • July 19 - Mentor-Mentee Workshop. Apply to be a mentee here

  • July 25 - High Tea is an annual event catering for 70 people, tickets sell fast so be on early. The venue is to be confirmed.

  • Sept 3 - Father’s Day Raffle will be drawn

  • Oct 18 - Mentor-Mentee Workshop

  • Nov 3 - Melbourne Cup at Portabella Restaurant Book your table early as this a popular event

  • Nov 30 Mentor-Mentee Final Evaluation

  • Nov 25 – Broken to Brilliant Annual General Meeting

Watch this blog as we will regularly post more events.