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Movember allocates AUD$2.38m to five men’s mental health projects

Movember has awarded five men’s health projects a combined AUD$2.38m as part of phase two of its Digital Social Connections Challenge.

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Tasmanian Government makes room for homeless men

The Tasmanian Liberal Government chose International Men’s Day to talk about men’s experience of homelessness in the state.

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Second round of Northern Territory grants open to support men’s health

The second round of grants to support men’s health and wellbeing in the Northern Territory opened on International Men’s Day as part of the Government’s on-going commitment to building stronger communities.

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Men’s Sheds encouraged to apply for new funding grants

Round 26 of Men’s Shed’s applications for Government funding opened today.

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End the financial year with a donation to men’s health

The end of the financial year is looming, and with it a gentle reminder to consider a donation to support the work we are doing for men and boys in Australia.

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MAN UP program in WA receives $90k funding to empower young men

WA-based MAN UP, whose focus is on empowering young men and redefining masculinity, has been awarded $90,000 funding over three years by the State Government.

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100K grant to support Aboriginal men’s health in Gunnedah

The NSW Government has allocated $100,000 funding to a new program for Indigenous men in Gunnedah, which will be run by the Min Min Aboriginal Corporation.

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What's in the Northern Territory Men's Policy?

The Northern Territory Government has announced $100,000 of funding to support its Men’s Places Policy and Program. Here we take a look at the key elements of this innovative Government initiative.

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NT announces $100k funding for men's programs

The Northern Territory Government has announced $100,000 funding to support programs that improve the health and emotional wellbeing of Territorian men. 

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More funding needed to fight prostate cancer say experts

Prostate cancer continues to receive less funding than other major cancers according to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).

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