Blue Ribbon Day is 29 September, which coincides with National Police Remembrance Day
Blue Ribbon Day is a chance for the community to say thank you to those who protect and serve our community and ensure that those who have fallen are never forgotten.
Lives lost are remembered by saving others.
Building new and improved emergency facilities in Victorian hospitals that are then named in memory of fallen officers. Proceeds from Blue Ribbon Day help to fund these projects named in their honour.
The Blue Ribbon Foundation is grateful for the support of the Victorian community, Victoria Police members, veterans, and families who have proudly contributed over $11 million to Victorian public hospitals.
Showing your support
There are many way to show your support
The official march and service for National Police Remembrance Day is open to:
- all police members (past and present)
- their families
- the Victorian community.
At 10am, the march (step-off) and parade will start from Princes Bridge, St Kilda Road. They will travel along St Kilda Road to the Victoria Police Memorial, Kings Domain. A service will follow at the Victoria Police Memorial.
Wear a blue ribbon – The blue ribbon is a visual symbol of your remembrance of the police officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice. It is also a symbol of support for our serving Victoria Police.
Turn Victoria Blue – Decorate your workplace, home, front fence or balcony in blue ribbons to show your support for Victoria Police.
Donate to our Blue Ribbon Day Appeal – Building new and improved emergency facilities in Victorian hospitals that are then named in memory of fallen officers.
Get involved on social media – Show your support via social media using the hashtags #BlueRibbonDay2022 #BRD2022