Join the community, break the stigma around mental illness and take part in Australia’s Largest Mental Health Walk on Sunday 11 October! – Walk For Awareness by Mental Awareness Foundation. Early bird entries are open, save the date and register a team! REGISTER HERE
Paralympic champion Lakeisha “Lucky” Patterson joins Mental Awareness Foundation to take time for mental health and Walk for Awareness in 2019.
Australia’s largest mental health walk will take place in Brisbane on Sunday, 6 October. Looking for plans for your October long weekend? Join Bondi Lifeguards Andrew “Reidy” Reid and Ryan “Whippet” Clark as they take time for mental health and ‘Walk for Awareness’.
Take a stand for mental health and make a difference. We are grateful to have such engaged and active aware partners, including Heritage Bank, supporting 2019 Walk For Awareness on October 6. Sam, is part of the Heritage supportive army and will walk for awareness, once again, to honour her daughter Chloe and take a stand for mental health.…
https://www.facebook.com/mentalawarenessfoundation.org/videos/661536364324942/ Today I had the opportunity to visit a grassroots organisation called @steppingstone_clubhouse – located in the beautiful suburb of Coorparoo. Stepping Stone is an organisation that focuses on and assisting people with mental health issues. Stepping Stone creates a community that is caring and inclusive of its members. Absolutely no judgement exists, just…
https://www.facebook.com/mentalawarenessfoundation.org/videos/2594767377201749/ Today the community of Brisbane & the Mental Awareness Foundation (MAf) donated $10,000 to the amazing Sunlight Centre. A great mental health service located in Cannon Hill, where you can visit Ken or a member of his team for free and discuss any issue you are struggling with. The Sunlight Centre is happy…
Australian Paralympic swimmer and multiple gold medallist Brenden Hall is taking a stand and attending Walk For Awareness for the first time in 2018 on Sunday, 7 October. As an athlete, Brenden highlights the importance of speaking out and seeking support and driving awareness for mental health and wellbeing.
The Brisbane community is really getting behind and supporting Walk for Awareness, including Australian Olympian and Commonwealth Games medallist Matty Denny (Athletics, Discus). Matty Denny talks on the importance of speaking out about mental awareness.
We are thrilled to have Daniel Rich from the Brisbane Lions involved in this year’s Walk For Awareness. Hear what he has to say about being involved in 2018!
Jessicah Schipper OAM will be participating in the 2018 Walk For Awareness with her family. The Olympic, world and Commonwealth champion swimmer is passionate about mental health and breaking the stigma around mental illness.