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Your generous donation today will help spread the word and build this movement of Australians who will speak up to defend children from those who would harm them.
Your gift today will help raise awareness about this issue – that will highlight the urgent need for strong and decisive action from the federal health minister.
Thank you again for your support in signing Family First’s petition…
… And thank you for considering how you can invest today to build this movement to protect children and stand up for your family, faith and freedom.
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