It can be hard to know where to start with the issue of child abuse. The Stop the Bus project excited me because of its purpose to inspire and equip New Zealanders to make a difference in their communities, even through simple or small acts of kindness. By sharing what other ‘community champions’ and groups are doing to combat child abuse and enhance child wellbeing, ideas can spread, new ideas can be born, and movements can find new support. It’s our future New Zealand – let’s stop the abuse.
Campbell is a property and trusts lawyer with Tompkins Wake who used to drive buses in the summer holidays.