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Voting for the National Men’s Health Awards 2022 are now open. See the nominations for this category below:

Men Care Too aims to provide news, information and resources for the more than one million men in Australia who are in unpaid caring roles. The driving force behind Men Care Too is Greg Smith, a male carer himself who has been caring for his mother since his early 20s.

The first Men’s Table (MT1) began in 2011 with twelve men who have met once a month for dinner ever since. The organisation has since expanded and now supports 60 monthly Men's Tables across Australia and was recently rewarded with Government funding under the National Suicide Prevention Leadership and Support Program.

Tomorrow Man facilitates workshops for boys, teachers and parents in schools, and men in sporting clubs, workplaces and communities. The organisation explores how men can look after themselves, their mates and their families better while "carving out our own version of the Aussie man".

MATES has been delivering industry-backed, research-based, suicide prevention and support since 2008. Beginning life in the construction industry in Queensland, MATES now operates across Australia and New Zealand within a range of male-dominated industries including construction, mining and energy.

Men’s Talk AU has burst onto the men's health scene in WA in the past 12 to 18 months, with a passion to "collaborate with the community to mainstream conversation around wellness and masculinity for all who identify as male".

The Freemasons Centre for Male Health & Wellbeing (FCMHW) is an alliance of organisations that collaborate and jointly invest in multidisciplinary research and initiatives, the outcomes of which informs policy and practice to advance the health and wellbeing of males, and their families and communities.

Menslink was established in 2002 to meet the increasing needs of young men and their families in the ACT community. The Menslink Counselling Team are men and offer specific strategies that are relevant specifically to young men; helping reduce the severity of their mental health and life challenges.

The International Men's Day Forum in Darwin is organized by Rebecca Forrest - a winner of the NT Australian of the Year Local Hero Award - to celebrate International Men’s Day and has been held in 2019 and 2021, with a commitment to "making a difference for our Territory men".

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