UncategorizedUniSC Rip City Basketball is teaming up with DV Safe Phone

UniSC Rip City Basketball is teaming up with DV Safe Phone

UniSC Rip City Basketball is teaming up with DV Safe Phone to help make sure no call for help goes unheard.


Anyone who donates a phone to this worthy cause will receive free admission to both NBL1 North games at UniSC Indoor Stadium on Saturday.

Your donated phone will be refurbished and provided to domestic violence victims, giving them a lifeline in times of distress.

This initiative is part of Domestic and Family Violence Prevention month, which raises awareness of domestic and family violence and the support services available.

UniSC Rip City General Manager David Graham said with teamwork we can make a real difference and help those in need.

“We encourage everyone to come out to the UniSC Sports Stadium and support both our NBL1 teams while also showing your support for a worthy cause,” Mr Graham said.


“Let’s make this a night to remember and help make a positive impact in our community.”


DV Safe Phone collects, repairs and gives free mobile phones to domestic violence survivors, through over 200 Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement Agencies, Safe Houses and Hospitals Australia -wide.

DV Safe Phone founder Ashton Wood said with over 2 million known victims of domestic violence in Australia, there is a goliath challenge ahead of the Sunshine-Coast based not-for-profit charitable organisation.

“We know that with your help, we can break down barriers to accessing vital help when it is needed most,” Mr Wood said.

“You really can can play a vital role in ensuring no call for help goes unheard.” For more information and to support DV Safe Phone, go to dvsafephone.org Rip City take on Southern Districts Spartans with the women’s game tipping off at 5:30pm, followed by the men’s game at 7:30pm.

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