The Cliffside Festival – a two day event (16 & 17?March) for everyone – family, community, sporting clubs, local businesses and visitors all in support of men?s mental health.
A day of family friendly activities will take place on the Saturday including an outdoor cinema featuring ?The Greatest Showman?. Live music, pop up stores, an interactive circus, face painter, raffles and some of Sydney?s finest food vendors. Gates open at 5pm. No booking required. Bring your picnic mat/chair or hire a bean bag and enjoy time with family and friends.
On Sunday take the challenge of being part of the Fun Run.?Register now for one of Sydney?s most scenic runs at?http://bit.ly/CLIFFSIDE-FESTIVAL-RUN
Choose from 3 km, 5 km, 10 km or half marathon. The new course has NO?running on sand. Starting and ending in Griffith Park you won?t want to miss this iconic run.
Stay after your event for breakfast, a massage and have the children enjoy the interactive sports.?Prizes for place getters. All entrants will receive a medal.
Radio man and TV personality Gus Worland is working harder than ever to reduce the horrific statistics of suicide in Australia. There are calls for a National target to reduce suicide as reports show that 3128 Australians took their own life in 2017. This is 262 more than the previous year and?2348 of these were men. ?The hard facts are that we are losing6 beautiful men a day between the ages of 15 and 44 says Worland, ?and we need to take action to ensure males in Australia know how to improve their mental health.?
Worland believes that all men and boys should have a Gotcha4Life mate, someone they can talk to warts and all. Gus says if males interact and connect with a mate and engage in honest and meaningful conversations, the issue of depression and loneliness will significantly improve and we will save lives.
Sponsorship via https://gotcha4life.gofundraise.com.au?will help support programs throughout 2019.
For more details: www.gotcha4life.org