#GoPurple your way to supporting people who have impacted by Domestic Abuse.
Support the #GoPurpleDay campaign on Friday 29th April and help raise awareness and funds for Domestic Abuse Services.
Go Purple Day is a joint initiative between An Garda Síochána and domestic abuse services nationwide, to raise awareness about domestic abuse and support local domestic abuse services.
Individuals, schools, groups, and businesses can wear something purple, bake purple, die their hair purple, light their buildings in purple or any other way they prefer to go purple,
On Friday the 29th April 2022 we are asking people in County Wicklow to ‘Go Purple’ to support Anu Wicklow Domestic Abuse Supports and Bray Women's Refuge and work towards a community where everyone lives free from domestic abuse.
Share photos of you wearing purple Go Purple Day on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or whatever social media you use and tell your friends and followers that you stand against Domestic Abuse.
Tag @Anuwicklow, use #GoPurpleDay so we can also follow the conversation.
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