Wandering Minds Walk.
A year’s journey Trekking over 5000km along the east coast of Australia.
I’m standing up to join Team Black Dog to turn groundbreaking research into life-saving action. Mental illness doesn’t discriminate. It affects people from all walks of life — individuals, families, workplaces and communities. Please support me as I spend 12 months hiking the east coast of Australia with the ambition of raising awareness, understanding and acceptance of mental health illnesses that affect 1 in 5 Australians every year.
Sponsorship will provide necessary funds for food, equipment acommodation and medical supplies for the duration of the walk. All sponsorship money that is not utilised for walking specicifc resources will be donated to the black dog fundraising page. The generosity of your sponsorship is a crucial component in keeping me alive, safe and able to continue my journey to help others.
To learn more about Bailey’s journey and to provide support check out the links below.
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