Following a blockbuster line-up of nominations for last year’s Men’s Health Awards, this year’s national Awards will be announced at the 2020 National Men’s Health Gathering in May.
The Awards celebrate all the astonishing work that is being done by a cross section of groups and individuals to enhance the lives of men and boys.
Last year’s competitive nomination period led to a shortlisting of approximately six candidates in each state, from which the winners were drawn following a public vote that drew more than 3000 responses.
HALT (Hope Assistance Local Tradies) was awarded the Victoria Men’s Health Award, accepted by founder Jeremy Forbes, while in NSW Terry Cornick, founder of Mr Perfect was the winner. Both men will be speaking during the 2020 National Men’s Health Gathering.
The Australian Men’s Health Forum, who runs the Awards, will open nominations in March. Sign up to the AMHF newsletter to keep in touch, and/or follow our social channels for updates:
Those who are shortlisted for local state-based awards will be in line for the National Awards, presented at the Gathering from May 13-15, at Rydges in Melbourne. Details will follow but if you have any questions around the Awards, please email Kim Trengove at [email protected]