FAVOURITE COLOUR: Realway Property staff in Yamanto are selling yellow ribbons during Yellow For Allison week, in honour of Allison Baden-Clay.
FAVOURITE COLOUR: Realway Property staff in Yamanto are selling yellow ribbons during Yellow For Allison week, in honour of Allison Baden-Clay. Inga Williams

Wear yellow for Allison's three girls

FAMILY, friends and Ipswich businesses are calling on the public to wear yellow or "something that makes you happy" to help honour murdered mother Allison Baden-Clay.

From August 1-8, Realway Property Consultants Ipswich and other businesses will mark Wear Yellow for Allison week.

Funds raised from the sale of yellow ribbons, available for gold coin donation, will go to a trust fund set up for Allison's daughters.

Realway Property Consultants owner Karen Bagenal said she had a personal interest in helping the young girls after growing up alongside Allison.

She is encouraging people to wear yellow, chosen because it was Allison's favourite colour, or any outfit "they feel happy in."

Ms Bagenal said the week-long fundraiser also encouraged people to be kind towards one another.

Yellow ribbons will also be available at Mount Ommaney Shopping Centre.

As part of the week-long fundraiser, August 1 has been dubbed Wear Yellow Day by Allison's family and friends.

Allison Baden-Clay.
Allison Baden-Clay. QT file image

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