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With one day to go before the end of the financial year, the Australian Men’s Health Forum invites you to consider making a tax-deductible donation to men’s health and to support the important work we are doing to improve the lives of men and boys in Australia.

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HALT sticker campaign reaches workers having a crap day

In the spirit of reaching men in places that men like to frequent, Hope Assistance Local Tradies has launched a sticker campaign on the back of portable toilets.

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Budget misses men at risk say charity bosses

Yesterday’s Federal Budget did not address the needs of those most at-risk of suicide, including men, according to Suicide Prevention Australia (SPA), the peak body for the suicide prevention sector.

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$1.62m boost for NSW Men’s Sheds

The NSW Government has promised substantial funding of $1.62m into supporting local men’s sheds.

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Fathering Project funding increased to $4m as projects expand in 2022

2021 marked a big year for the Fathering Project, who reached more than 340,000 fathers and father figures across Australia with its programs and services.

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Movember increases funds to existing men’s health initiatives

Movember has allocated AUD$10.38m over the next two years to support the scaling of existing community and workplace men’s health initiatives across Australia, Canada, the UK and Ireland.

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Government targets suicide prevention funding at male suicide

The Federal Government has announced that it will specifically target men in its latest round of suicide prevention funding.

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Suicide Prevention Australia advisory group to focus on male suicide

Suicide Prevention Australia, in partnership with the Australian Men’s Health Forum, has received a NSW Government grant of $340,000 over three years to implement a male-targeted suicide prevention project.

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Men’s Resources Tasmania seeks funding for male-focused health programs

Men’s Resources Tasmania will hold a special vigil on the lawns of Parliament House from 7pm on August 23, calling on the Tasmanian Government to fund a multi-faceted campaign addressing male suicide prevention and to improve male health outcomes in the state. 

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4 in 5 Australians back more Government funding for men’s issues

Public opinion survey (n=1,250+) released for Men’s Health Week (14 – 20 June)

Four in five Australians say they want the Government to invest more money tackling the health and social issues that impact men, such as mental health and male suicide.

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