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What is Pink Cross Foundation Australia?

Pink Cross Australia is a survivor-led charity registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). 

Geneviève Gilbert, inspired by Shelley Lubben in California, founded Pink Cross Australia in 2010 to take action against the critical epidemic of suicides, deaths, post-traumatic stress disorder, illegal drug use and violence within the adult entertainment and sex industries. The foundation was incorporated in August 2013 in Victoria as a national Australian charity.

You can read our mission and vision here.

Content warning: This site contains facts and information about the sex industry, aimed at promoting education and supporting recovery. This can at times be confronting and disturbing.

Australian Business Number (ABN):13357401729

Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission Registered (2013)

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