Man Walk Busselton and GeoCatch have joined forces in a Marvel movie night to raise funds for mental health
Mental health will be in focus later this month when a local environmental consultant converges with The Man Walk Busselton for a fundraising event.
The event will see GeoCatch draw people to Orana Cinemas on July 22 for some lighthearted fun with a sundowner and screening of Marvel’s Black Widow, while raising awareness of a deeper issue.
The Man Walk Busselton co-ordinator David Barton said the event would provide a great opportunity for members of the public to connect with each other and he was looking forward to working with GeoCatch.
“The Man Walk reaches out to men of all ages in our community to promote activity, understanding of health issues and connection with one another.
“This movie sundowner is a great opportunity for their families and partners to be included too”.
He said the group would also launch a new program for senior school boys later this year, targeted at respect, consent, and gender violence prevention.
GeoCatch will have sustainable gardening documents available at the sundowner to promote its Garden Guardians of the Bay campaign.
All proceeds from the evening will go to The Man Walk Busselton and tickets can be bought online.
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