As part of Men’s Health Week the Freemasons Foundation is hosting a dinner to raise awareness of and funds for research into male depression and mental health. All monies raised at this event, including part proceeds from ticket sales, will go directly to the Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men’s Health’s depression research program at the University of Adelaide.
Date: Friday 17th June 2016
Time: 6:30pm for 7:00pm start – 12:00am
Where: FESTIVAL FUNCTIONS, 292 Findon Road, Findon
TICKETS: $150 inc.GST per person
Includes: 4 Course meal, premium beer and wine, music. Plus Latin dancing showcase by La Bomba Dancers
Special guest MC, Rob Shehadie and guest speakers, Centre for Men’s Health researcher, Dr Kate Fennell and
Centre Director, Professor Gary Wittert
The Foundation invite’s you to bring a table of 10 to support this cause.
To book please email email@example.com. We look forward to your support of this important event.
Why a Focussed Agenda on Men’s Health?
Australian men fare poorly when it comes to their health. Compared to women their mortality rate is 1.45x greater and their life expectancy 4.2 years less, a gap that has not improved over decades. This discrepancy is even more marked for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander men and those living in rural areas. Males have, on average, nearly 5 years less equivalent ‘healthy life’ lived than females.