The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs will again look to raise awareness of mental health issues, by presenting ‘Be Brave Round’ – Presented by KIA.
The Club have been strong supporters of speaking out to make people aware of mental illness and the stigma around it to help empower everyone to live a mentally healthy life.
In the lead up to this week’s match against the Knights on Saturday, the Bulldogs family will come together to show their support for all those that suffer mental health issues, in the hope that it helps them to open up to someone they trust about how they are feeling.
This year we will focus on the story of four true Bulldogs who will share with us all what the term ‘Be Brave’ means to them.
The four are:
- Brave Dog (Alfio)
- Willie Talau (Former Bulldogs Player)
- Addyson Winterstein (Tarsha Cup Player)
- Daniel Wallekers (Bulldogs Member)
Each will offer their own perspective on what being brave means.
We encourage all Bulldogs supporters to get behind this great initiative and to offer their support to all those suffering mental health issues.
If you have been dealing with mental health issues for more than two weeks, consider booking an appointment with your GP.
If you need someone to talk to – Lifeline provides free 24/7 telephone and online crisis support: 13 11 14