An evening of Hope & Action"
An evening of Hope hosted by CEO of Mindfull Australia - Matt Runnalls to start meaningful conversations around mind, behavioural and emotional wellness. An event where anyone is welcome to attend! Providing a relaxed environment where people can come together to find relatable and engaging information and skills to support wellbeing and resilience from an International Award Winning advocate, author and Lived Experience Story Teller.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER.
Matt Runnalls works tirelessly as a mental health advocate to create awareness, acceptance, education and connection within communities to overcome the stigma and effects of suicide on a global scale. Utilising his own lived-experience of mental illness, surviving suicide attempts, and losing far too many friends to suicide, Matt is continuously creating more platforms of communication to encourage everyone to feel comfortable to talk about and manage their well-being just as he continues to do.Through his rediscovery of hope visible in the kindness of others, Matt found his passion and purpose when he wholeheartedly pursued the creation of Mindfull Aus, a not-profit mental health foundation, at the age of 24.
Since devoting himself to advocacy full-time, Matt has delivered over 700 speeches and keynotes, workshops, and events across Australia, Canada, and America. Matt has facilitated right across the world for some of the world’s largest Mind and Behavioural organisations, conferences and bodies.
Matt’s story and message have been featured in books, documentaries, songs, podcasts and films throughout many major media outlets. He was a 2020 AMHF Best Men’s Lived Experience Speaker Finalist.
Saturday 19th November- Just $30
Canapes & Finger Food Provided.
Proudly supported and sponsored by Mindfull Aus.
4:30pm doors open for a 5pm Start. Q&A with Matt Runnalls and opportunity to collect resources, ask questions and connect with other community members.
An all access community event.
Urangan, QLD 4655
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