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Every week one young Western Australian dies by suicide.
It's a statistic we're familiar with: suicide is the leading cause of death for young people under the age of 25 in Western Australia. It's time to take action. Step up this Mental Health Week (8 to 15 October 2022) to show young people they are not alone. Together, we can change young lives.
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- Ngaire Weldrake just donated $105.50
- Adam Smith just donated $40
- Kate Dempster just donated $52.75
- The Green family from Albany just donated $100
- Sarah Faull just donated $10
- Anonymous just donated $52.75
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- Audra just donated $31.65
- Ana Jukic just donated $52.75
- Paddy King just donated $52.75
- Natasha Towers just donated $105.50
- Anonymous just donated $21.10
- Gary Warden just donated $250
- Golding Family just donated $52.75
- Lehtinen family just donated $52.75
- Richard just donated $26.38
- Nini just donated $15
What is Walk with Me?
Walk with Me is a virtual fundraising challenge for Youth Focus.
We are challenging all Western Australians to step up for youth mental health and suicide prevention by walking 15km, 24km or 58km throughout Mental Health Week (8 to 15 October) to raise vital funds to change young lives.
This event is about walking with our friends, our families and our young people.
What do I have to do?
Walk 15km, 24km or 58km during Mental Health Week and raise vital funds to support young Western Australians.
Wherever you live, whatever your ability, you can decide when and where to complete Walk with Me.
You're welcome to complete the challenge in a way that works best for you.
When and where is Walk with Me?
Walk with Me is an online fitness challenge held during Mental Health Week from 8 to 15 October 2022. You decide where and when to complete your challenge.
Who is Youth Focus?
Youth Focus is a leading mental health provider that has been supporting the wellbeing of young people in the Western Australian community for almost 30 years.
Our mission is to equip young people who experience mental health challenges to lead meaningful lives. We do this through the delivery of free and accessible professional face-to-face and web counselling services and other mental health programs to thousands of young people and their families each year.
For further information, please visit www.youthfocus.com.au or call (08) 6266 4333.
What is Mental Health Week?
Mental Health Week is a national week celebrated each year in October to coincide with World Mental Health Day on 10 October.