24 Hour Row to fundraise for Mental Health charities


PIAC : Public Interest Advocacy Centre: Mental Health Matters

Tackling the taboos,stigma and discrimination around mental health

Its time to talk about mental health: One in five Australians experience a mental health issue in any year and almost one in two will experience a mental health condition at some point in their lifetime. Join Gotcha4Life founder Gus Worland and a panel of experts for this public forum to discuss the realities of mental health and mental health illness in Australia and what we can do to provide better care and support for young people and their families.

WHEN: Tuesday 07th August, 6pm – 7pm

WHERE: Alastair Mackerras Theatre, Sydney Grammar School, Darlinghurst

TICKETS: General admission $30/$15 for students via the link for bookings

CONTACT: email: or call (02) 8898 6500


Annual Rock Ball Fundraiser
June 16 2018

Our major fundraiser for the year saw 735 guests attend their first RockBall!  They came dressed as Rock Stars or glammed up for the ball.   There was live Rock entertainment through out the night.  Funds for the 3 pillars were raised through live and silent auctions and raffle items. Speeches brought to life the foundation and all its work.


  • Cliff Side – 3km, 5km & 10km Fun Run and Festival  around the Iconic Long Reef Headland, Collaroy NSW.
  • New distance: Half Marathon to be included. Registrations will open end August 2018

Save the date for 2019: March 17th – 1 day festival






‘The day will be raising money for Gus Worland’s Gotcha4Life foundation but more importantly raising awareness for Men’s Mental Health.’ says organiser Sean Hogan.

The luncheon will be held at Penrith Panthers and will feature guest speakers from NRL, cricket and AFL.  Your ticket includes food, beer, wine and soft drinks!! It will be a day of entertainment with your mates not to be missed, PLUS:

Special Guest: Steve Smith

Steve Smith was Australia’s 45th Test captain, and transformed himself over his international career from leg-spinner to world-class batsman. Steve has had many career highlights including winning the Allan Border Medal – TWICE, being ranked the number 1 batsman in the world, ICC test player of the year plus many more.

Steve will talk on his career to date and his experiences with men’s mental health.

It’s not too late to book your tickets to this great event: Click on the link below to secure your place now.

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