We want to see Australia without poker machines harming our communities and without sports gambling ads dominating our televisions. It's time to end Australia's gambling addiction!
WE'RE IN IT TOGETHER
Whether it's supporting a local community fighting a poker machine application, a state-wide campaign to change poker machines laws, or by demanding national policy reform to curb sports gambling - we're stronger together.
Below are our current campaigns. Please follow the links to help build an Australia without ongoing gambling harm.
HOLDING THE AFL TO ACCOUNT
Sport brings us together, and that's what we love about it. That's why it just doesn't make sense that footy clubs around Australia are still using poker machines to fund their operations, or that the AFL are getting into bed with foreign bookmakers. Click here to learn more and take action
VICTORIA STATE ELECTION 2022 -TIME TO DEMAND CHANGE!
We've been advocating on these issues for many years, but it's now time with the state election to ramp up the movement and make sure candidates and MPs know gambling harm is a crucial public health issue which needs immediate and meaningful reforms! Click here to learn more.
The documentary Ka-Ching! Pokie Nation is a powerful tool for engaging Australians on the issue of poker machine gambling, and how it damages our communities. Community groups, councils, churches and small clubs are screening the film to bring their group together around an important issue.
Click here to watch Ka-ching or to order the DVD
TACKLING HARM IN NEW SOUTH WALES
Each day, $18.7million is lost through poker machines in New South Wales.
With over 92,000 poker machines (that's more than 30% of the world’s non-casino poker machines) there's much to be done.
Click here to learn more and take action
Kingston - Chelsea Heights Hotel and Woolworth Supreme Court Appeal
We were thrilled by the passionate community turn out to draw attention to a loophole in current planning laws.
We attended a flash rally in Chelsea, hosted by the Alliance for Gambling Reform, to show community opposition to the proposal to build a supermarket close to a gambling venue. We believe our community shouldn't be exposed to the risk of gambling harm just by buying groceries and we saw many of you agreed. Click here to learn more and take action.
POKER MACHINES ON TRIAL
Shonica Guy was the plaintiff in a landmark case alleging that the ‘Dolphin Treasure’ poker machine designed by Aristocrat and operated by Crown Casino is unlawful under Australian Consumer Law. Click here to learn more about taking Crown Casino and Aristocrat to court