His cattle didn’t get a bid, they were fairly bloody poor, What was he going to do? He couldn’t feed them anymore, The dams were all but dry, hay was thirteen bucks a bale…
RUOK Day was a fun day with a very important message. Suicide Prevention and Support Network Western Sydney had a team of volunteers in Henry Street, Free Coffee was available with an assortment of wonderful Cakes made by our Team Members Jody and Nat. Everyone wanted a cake.
Be a part of this wonderful Network in Western Sydney by donating and helping those who struggle with the loss of a Family member to Suicide. All donations are greatly appreciated and will help us continue to deliver suicide prevention and support services.
If you have a few hours to spare a month and would like to give back, then consider becoming part of a caring network.
I recently had the good fortune to be invited to the Hunter Institute’s conference on suicide prevention. The guest speaker was international suicide prevention expert, Dr. Morton Silverman.
Wesley Mission are holding their annual LifeForce Memorial Day, Thursday 12th September. The event will be held at the Sydney Opera House and is a very special day.
On Saturday 17th August 2013 Mind Blank celebrated the close of their school touring initiative. They have educated more than 4,000 young people in NSW on the topic of depression and suicide prevention.
I inform the House about the Western Sydney Suicide Prevention and Support Network. Members often speak in this place about programs or causes in their electorates that are usually of a positive nature.