Take a moment to remember those we have lost and those suffering.
Purchase your ‘In Our Hearts’ Ribbon from the Sirens of Silence Charity Store and show your support by wearing the ribbon for others to know you’re there if they need support.
Saturday 1 December 2018, 9am to 3pm
Have you got an outdoor area or pool?
Need supplies and want to support a local business that proudly supports your emergency service personnel?
There's no better time to get your pool looking great for summer!
Get on down to the Pool Logic 10th Birthday Open Day
Grab a sausage sizzle, have a chat and get yourselves some outdoor and pool care bargains.
Saturday 10 November 2018 at Cockburn Ice Arena saw All Veterans Events put another sensational event onto the ice for the
2018 Soldiers + Sirens Shield
Emergency Services v Australian Defence Force
The Emergency Services All-Stars took the win, the shield and the bragging rights claiming back to back victories from a game played with tremendous spirit, showcasing some amazing local talent across both teams.
All in attendance paid their respects in memory of those who died or suffered in all wars and armed conflicts with Sunday, 11 November 2018 marking the 100th anniversary of the Armistice which ended the
First World War (1914–18).
Check out the amazing photos from the game courtesy of Bill Murphy Photography https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.264704187444866&type=3
Sirens of Silence Charity Inc. Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Saturday 3rd November 2018 at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges.
A new committee was elected, which will shape the future of the charity. Watch this space for further announcement of the 2018/2019 Committee Members in the very near future.
Soldiers + Sirens Gala
All Veterans Events hosted the Inaugural
2018 Soldiers + Sirens Gala Ball
The night assisted in raising much needed awareness and donations for both
SoldierOn & Sirens of Silence Charity
who's continued efforts are supporting our Veterans both Military and Emergency Services
and their families in times of great need.
The event was a great success and we wish to thank Adam Blower from All Veterans Events for his hard work, commitment and planning that made it a night to remember.
We also wish to thank Major James Murray on the bagpipes from the WA Police Pipe Band for the red carpet entry with a difference, Esplanade Hotel Fremantle - by Rydges for providing a great venue, food and service and Reid Corporation and Darren Reid and The Soul City Groove for the music and entertainment.
Couldn't get there but wanna see how the night unfolded?
Check out the amazing photos from the Gala courtesy of Bill Murphy Photography
Career Transition Workshop 1 was held at Chandler Macleod on Friday 2nd November 2018 with all attendees gaining valuable skills to make them more competitive in making a transition from their emergency services roles into challenging new careers.
Further information and resources will be made available soon along with information on registration for Workshop 2 in early 2019.
Sirens of Silence Charity Golf Day 21 September 2018 in Broome proved to be yet another successful locally supported event, backed by our amazing Sponsors, Supporters and all those 'great' golfers, 'keen' golfers, 'novice' golfers and those not so good at golf.
The success of the day would not have been possible without the generosity of all involved, resulting in an astonishing $7,000 raised through sponsorship, raffles and fundraising.
Thank you to all involved, those who donated goods for prizes or become valued sponsors for the day and became 'a part of the community that helps us save those who save you'.
The Winner of the Broome Cycles 'Contend Giant Bicycle' was number 61 - Billy Minns!!
Sirens of Silence Charity Inc. Founders Lyn and Ian Sinclair along with Committee Member Brendan Maccione provided a voice for all emergency services personnel at the Senate Committee Inquiry into the mental health conditions experienced by first responders, emergency service workers and volunteers.
This public hearing was held in Fremantle and provided an opportunity to further present and discuss the submission entered by Sirens of Silence Charity Inc.
View the submission and the hearing transcript below:
To check on the progress of the inquiry as it moves around Australia click on the link or visit:
Founder of OTLR & former Carlton player Jake Edwards is with Lyn Sinclair from Sirens of Silence Charity chatting about what led to Jake creating Outside The Locker Room after going through depression as a young man during and after his AFL career.
Jake is in Broome talking to schools and emergency service personnel, sharing his story whilst using sport as the platform to get his message across.
(Listen to the radio interview of Lyn and Jake courtesy of our friends at Spirit 102.9 Broome) or (Watch the video interview of Jake courtesy of GWN7 News)