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It’s a Blokes Lunch is an annual event that aims to raise awareness of men’s health issues and vital funds towards health education, services and programs for men with the local community.

Since it’s inception, It’s a Blokes Lunch has grown to become a significant fundraising event benefiting various men’s health organisations, health services and programs, which have included Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, Top Blokes Foundation, Black Dog Institute, and local community health initiatives.

It’s a Blokes Lunch aims to continue the conversation about men’s health, in particular, cancer, mental health, preventative health and achieve even greater support towards health initiatives for men within the community.

See the photos from the 2017 Event Here

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DID YOU KNOW?

  • Australian men die 6 years earlier than women.

  • 1 in 2 Men will experience mental health in their lifetime.

  • 1 in 8Men will experience depression in their lifetime.

  • 6 out of 8 suicides in Australia are Men

  • 1 in 5 Men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime.

  • 1.7 Million Men will be living with Prostate Cancer by 2030.

  • Testicular cancer strikes early in Australia Men

  • 7 in 10 Australia men are living with a chronic health condition

Here’s what some people had to say…

Congratulations on an awesome day! It’s great to see an event like this one put men’s health back on the agenda. Having battled cancer it was great to be apart of an event encourages men to speak about their health and talk to a mate. Looking forward to the next It’s a Blokes Lunch event.

Rob

A fantastic event! It was really great to be apart of such a very special afternoon with the focus on men’s health, can’t wait for next year.

Jim

What a great event, looking forward to continuing to support this very special initiative.

Craig

Congratulations on the It’s a Blokes Lunch event, it was a great arvo out with great messages throughout. Having dealt with mental health in my past it was great to see it discussed so openly in a room full of men.

Simon

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