Special Event for Lifeline, Parliament House Brisbane
Launching a film dedicated to suicide prevention with new Lifeline ambassador, Daryl Elliott Green
In May 2000, the nation was shocked when three Queensland police officers were ambushed, shot and left for dead while investigating a routine neighbourhood dispute. Despite shattering their lives, amazingly they all survived.
Today, one of the officers is using his experience to help others. Daryl Elliott Green will speak briefly about his near death experience and its aftermath at this special Lifeline fundraising event, hosted by Mark Ryan MP, Minister for Police. A short film on Daryl’s incredible story by director Michael Hanson will also be launched.
The film, dedicated to suicide prevention, will precede Daryl’s announcement as a Lifeline ambassador.
Join us for cocktail food and beverages:
When: Wednesday 16th of May, 2018
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Where: Parliament House, Brisbane (Parliamentary Annexe, entry via Alice Street)
If you are unable to attend you can still make a tax deductible contribution to Lifeline's services.
You can learn more about Daryl by visiting his website twiceshot.com