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Text the word 'Crime' to 0437 371 371

Crime Stoppers Queensland Limited is urging businesses and individuals to help keep Queensland safe and liveable for its future generations by donating  to support our program.

We are the State’s only service that empowers citizens to anonymously report knowledge or suspicions of criminal activity. As a registered charity and community volunteer organisation, we rely on alliances with Queensland’s business community and individual supporters alike in order to carry out this vital service.

Our service yields results and is committed to developing a safe and empowered community, and we require your support to ensure our impact and our service is maintained.

Click above to donate today, every dollar counts!

YOU can help deliver safer local communities in Queensland.

Crime Stoppers Queensland Limited uses Give Easy to assist with our appeal for funds. Through Give Easy you can even make small or large donations or set up recurring support for our organisation.

Support a grass roots community volunteer organisation that works tirelessly to help make our local communities safer today.

Monday, March 5, 2018

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Here is how you can support us with a donation today:


1. SMS the word CRIME to 0437 371 371 to undertake a donation via your mobile phone. You can pay via credit card or PayPal.

2. Visit - and complete the online form via Give Easy. You can pay via credit card or PayPal.

3. During business hours (9am to 3pm) you can also call our State Administration Office on 1300 309 355 to donate via credit card.

4. You can also direct transfer donations to BSB 484 799 - ACCOUNT 082195165 - "Crime Stoppers Queensland Limited". However via this method we will not know who you are and therefore cannot issue a Tax Receipt.

ALL Donations over $2 are Tax Deductible and via options 1 to 3 you will receive a Tax Receipt for your annual tax return.

Sonia courageously shares her personal tragedy with Crime Stoppers in exclusive videos.

In 2010, Sonia's daughter Bianca Girven was murdered by her ex-partner Rhys Austin. Bianca was 22 years old when murdered as a result of Domestic Homicide.

In these video's, the details of the crime are presented as peices of a puzzle which Sonia herself attempted to put together in an effort to understand what really happened.

CLICK HERE to watch the first video in this three part release.

Sonia encouraged calls to Crime Stoppers due to the anonymity guarantee and she hoped that Rhys's brothers would call and share vital information about what really happened on this tragic night of Bianca's murder.

Sonia made up posters as part of her attempt to make sure that each piece of information was collated by Crime Stoppers appropriately for the Police investigation.

After 18 weeks of investigation and following a telephone call between Sonia and Rhys Austin, Police arrested Rhys (22 yrs old) on 05 August 2010 for the murder of Bianca.

CLICK HERE to watch the second video in this three part release. 

Bianca Girven's son Ziggy was only two years old when she was murdered by her ex-partner Rhys Austin.

Sonia encourages funding, support, volunteers and donations to Crime Stoppers who make a massive difference in our community.

CLICK HERE to watch the third video in this three part release.

All information shared becomes the property of Police.

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