The Sammy D Foundation offers stand-alone presentations or program packages which aim to keep celebrations and parties safe:
Purpose: Educating participants about the impact of violence on victims, families perpetrators and the community.
Age recommendation: 10+
Approximate run time: 50 minutes
In 2008, Adelaide teenager, Sam Davis, fell victim of a violent and unprovoked one-punch assault that cost him his life. Through the telling of Sam's story, Impact Presentations educate young people about the consequences of violence with a focus on mateship - encouraging young people to look after themselves and their mates.
Purpose: Educating participants about the effects of alcohol and other drugs, as well as the risks of substance misuse.
Age recommendation: 13+
Approximate run time: 40 minutes
Sammy D Foundation presenters take a harm minimisation approach to alcohol and other drug education. This interactive presentation aims to educate and empower young people to keep celebrations safe and free from tragedy.
Includes: Impact Presentation and Alcohol and Other Drug Education.
Purpose: A harm minimisation approach to alcohol and other drug education and the impact of anti-social behaviours, particularly violence, on victims, families perpetrators and the community.
Age recommendation: 13-18+
Approximate run time: 90 minutes
With a focus on drug and alcohol education and the impacts of violence and anti-social behaviours, this package provides participants with all the information they need to keep themselves and their mates safe at gatherings, parties and celebrations.