QSuper is standing up, speaking out and acting to end men’s violence against women. With one in three women experiencing physical violence and almost two-thirds of our members being women, we want to make a real difference to support those in need. That’s why we’re partnering with DVConnect to help answer the calls of Queensland victims. Watch our video to find out why we’re so passionate about the White Ribbon Campaign and helping to put an end to violence against women.
Domestic violence does not discriminate between gender, age or ethnicity and QSuper is proud to partner with DVConnect, which provides support to men, women and families affected by domestic and family violence.
DVConnect Womensline team member, Linda, discusses the importance of making a real connection with the people who are calling in need of support.
QSuper is proud to have a three year partnership with domestic violence hotline, DVConnect – the leading state-wide crisis response service that operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Here, QSuper speaks with a DVConnect Womensline team member about some of the daily challenges.
May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month and on Wednesday 3rd May, QSuper employees, including members of our Board and Executive Committee attended the annual candle lighting vigil at South Bank to honour those who have lost their lives as a result of domestic and family violence.
QSuper has just been awarded SuperRatings 2018 Choice Super of the Year.