Our latest issue of In Touch out now

19 May, 2017

In our latest issue of In Touch we meet two Kiwis from Laser Group biking their way across Australia to raise money for the Mental Health Foundation.

Former POD participant Natalie Lanfear tells us about being selected to attend the World Merit 360 conference in London to advocate for mental health. On a side note, current POD participant Lucy McSweeney is petitioning the Government to provide compulsory mental health education in schools at all year levels. She needs 10,000 signatures and already has more than 6,000. 

We have three Pink Shirt Day t-shirts to give away to help you celebrate Pink Shirt Day on Friday, 26 May.

You can also win a free bungy jump to support Mike Heard who will be attempting to set a new world record for the most bungy jumps in 24 hours to raise money and awareness for the Mental Health Foundation.

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