TNF ambassador Elyse Villani, along with the Women’s Big Bash League, have partnered up with Dolly’s Dream to raise funds and awareness about the serious issue of bullying and it’s devastating effects.
Dolly’s Dream was set up in memory of Amy ‘Dolly’ Everett, aged 14, who took her own life after an extended period of bullying and cyber bullying.
Dolly left behind her parents Tick and Kate and her sister Meg, who are now focused on using the money that has kindly been donated to the community to help prevent other families from going through the devasting experience.
Elyse became a Dolly’s Dream ambassador through her role as an ambassador for the Alannah and Madeline foundation, a foundation that works in partnership with Dolly’s Dream.
Elyse is a proud ambassador who has experienced more than her fair share of keyboard warriors throughout her own career.
A foundation close to her heart, Elyse hopes to use this initiative to help create a positive change in our culture that empowers young boys and girls across Australia.
During the WBBL Finals, all of cricket’s ticket revenue from the semi-finals and final will go towards helping Dolly’s Dream prevent bullying in our community.
We can all help stand up against bullying by buying a ticket to the WBBL finals or by donating at www.dollysdream.org.au