Despite all the shenanigans of this year The Hope Challenge managed to successfully conclude a Golf Day in September.
What better way to cope with isolation requirements than to play a round of golf and raise money for our nominated charity: The Black Dog Institute.
$5,000 was raised from generous donations on the day and our thanks go to Rob Radley and his company Nelnet for organising the event.
Also thanks to Legends Club and Coyote Plumbing for providing prizes and drinks on the day.
Thanks for everyone's support and look out for more event ideas in 2021
Meanwhile, enjoy this short vid of the day ....
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.