Business backing for anti-violence campaign


MORNINGTON Peninsula businesses are supporting Australian of the Year Rosie Batty’s campaign against domestic violence.

A breakfast in August being held by Peninsula Business Networking will feature a talk by Ms Batty as well as raise money for the Luke Batty Foundation, named after her son who was killed by his father after a cricket practice at Tyabb in February last year.

The group expects more than 100 to attend the event and hopes to raise money through sponsors and the breakfast, which costs $49 for members and $59 non-members. Sponsors pay $220 for a package that includes use of their logo on the day, displaying promotional material  and mentions by the master of ceremonies.

The cooked breakfast runs 7am–8.30am Tuesday, 11 August at Mornington Racecourse, 320 Racecourse Rd, Mornington. Book online at or to arrange sponsorship call Melinda Ryan on 0409 101 822 or email or Paul Roberts 0449 854 197 or

First published in the Mornington News – 23 June 2015


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