What do you do when you have 20 people hanging out to play 12 hours of touch footy but an unwelcome virus comes and spoils the party?
Get on with it!
What better way to lick your wounds than to play a round of golf?
So next month, instead of running ragged on the footy field, the Hope Challenge mob decided to play a round of golf plus give generously to the Black Dog Institute.
Now they want you to take part as well.
Hop on over to the SHOP page and click on the donation button, bung in the amount you would like to see go to a good cause and follow the prompts to pay.
All monies raised on the day, as always, go to the Black Dog Institute, which has already seen total donations of $75,000 from the previous THC events.
This is just a simple golf day,
nothing more nothing less.
The team intend to have a fun day, all in the name of the good cause plus to stand by anybody that may be doing it tough.
Talk to us if you wish to donate with some form of prize for the day or to make a substantial corporate donation and we will discuss promotional opportunities in return as a thankyou.
The Hope Challenge has been a fantastic achievement by a small community wishing to make a difference. Our donations to BDI helped them set up the online app 'My Compass' a personalised self-help tool for different age groups; plus so much more. We want this to continue and do not want some damn virus to hinder that goal.
Show your support like you have for the previous four years and follow this link to our donation page. You can also contact us if you wish to discuss further or even go onto the store to buy some excellent merchandise.
The Hope Challenge #3 August 25 2019.
A small community
making a big difference
In a small suburb of Sydney, the suicide of two well-known and liked members was too much to bear. They decided to do something about it.
The disbelief, the awkward conversations, the incredulity and the overwhelming sadness people feel when they hear of a friend, colleague or neighbour who has gone down the path of taking their own life.
It can be difficult to comprehend. It can be confronting to your own understanding of mental health disorders and how they can affect anyone at anytime.
It can also be a time to decide to do something about it, no matter how small: join in and make a start.