JOIN US FOR AN INSPIRING NIGHT WITH FOUR TOP SPEAKERS SHINING A LIGHT ON MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH
Welcome to our very FIRST exclusive ‘HE’. event, where you can be a part of the fun, the conversation, and the action!
Get ready for an exhilarating evening on October 13th as we bring together four impactful men to share their personal journeys with mental health and how they’re flipping the script on depression amongst men in Aotearoa.
Your ticket includes a refreshing drink upon arrival, an exquisite grazing platter and buffet dinner, and an exciting jam-packed goodie bag. But that's not all! By joining us at this amazing location, you'll have the opportunity to win fabulous giveaways, network with like-minded individuals, and much more!
Our speakers are true champions, exemplifying the immense benefits of speaking up rather than suffering in silence. Don't miss this chance to learn from these incredible individuals and be inspired to make a positive change in your own life.
Our speakers are Kiwi and Australian men who are walking the walk and showing us the huge benefits of speaking up, over struggling in silence. We consider ourselves incredibly lucky to have Zane Munro, Tai Tupou, Sean Weir, and Kenrick Smith as our guest speakers for an evening of sharing, laughter, and the reassuring realisation that no matter the challenges you face, there are always people supporting you.
In addition to the opportunity to listen and learn from remarkable individuals, all set in the magnificent Mount Maunganui Surf Club, you'll also have the chance to win exciting prizes through multiple giveaways, connect with like-minded individuals, and enjoy numerous other exciting activities!
Limited Tickets so don’t miss out!
MEET OUR SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS:
Zane Munro is helping others through his support group - For All The Brothers, a platform that now has branches throughout Australia and New Zealand, and more than 40,000 followers on social media. When organisers of he. asked the public who they'd like to hear from most on the subject of men's mental health, a whopping 90% voted for Zane!
Tai Tupou, who is representing his charitable trust The Last Chance Project, has been in the mental health industry for 12 years. He mentors and guides people towards the best possible pathways to keep them alive. Having spoken to more than 100,000 people across Aotearoa about mental health, he knows a thing or two about creating safe spaces to share, heal, and nurture.
Kenrick Smith started drawing in the sand to bring a sense of calm during lockdown. Now he helps others through Rake Healing, a mindfulness art that teaches meditative sand drawing.
Sean Weir from the Shaka Project, an Australian mental health initiative, will highlight the benefits of mateship, connection and brotherhood.
ZIP PAYMENT AVAILABLE | TICKETS CLOSE 27TH SEPTEMBER 2023 NO EXCEPTIONS DUE TO CATERING AND GOODIE BAG CONFIRMATION AND AVAILABILITY
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