The Shaka Project Event

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Gambier Centrals are proud to be hosting The Shaka Projects Mental Health and Suicide Awareness night on Wednesday June 19th from 6:00pm.

Register your attendance via the facebook event -

The Shaka Project is hosting a Mental Health and Suicide Awareness night at Centrals Soccer Club on the 19th of June.

The night will consist of:
- Dinners
- Powerpoint Presentation
- Raffle
- Pop Up Shop of Shaka Merchandise

People 16+ are encouraged to come to learn more about Mental Health, the stigma around it and how we can beat the numbers.

Meal Orders Are Now Open

Chicken Schnitzel
Beef Schnitzel
Served With Chips & Salad
Full $20 - Half $14

Orders Close Monday 17th June 5:00pm

The Shaka Project has been delivering Mental Health Awareness events throughout Australia since 2019. Our presentations are designed to open up & encourage the conversation around mental health within your community.

Our Events are aimed at promoting awareness, understanding, and support for mental health. The event seeks to break down the barriers surrounding mental health, challenge stigmas, and encourage open conversations to create a more compassionate and inclusive society. By delivering lived experience, we strive to educate, empower, and inspire individuals to prioritise their mental well-being.

Event Objectives:

Raise Awareness: The primary objective of the event is to increase public awareness about mental health issues, including common disorders, symptoms, and available resources.

Education and Understanding: The event aims to provide valuable insights into mental health through lived experience & real life scenarios.

Challenging Stigmas: The event seeks to challenge the social stigmas and stereotypes associated with mental health by fostering empathy, acceptance, and understanding.

Encourage Open Conversations: By creating a safe and non-judgmental space, the event promotes open discussions about mental health, encouraging individuals to share their stories, concerns, and questions.

Resource Sharing: The event provides an opportunity for organizations, mental health service providers, and support groups to share information about available resources, treatments, and support networks.

Community Engagement: The event encourages community involvement, bringing together individuals, families, and organisations to collectively address mental health challenges and work towards destigmatisation.

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