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Why Walk the Talk?
Each year, over 65,000 Australians attempt to take their own lives. That’s why we're asking you to Walk the Talk for 65km throughout the month of May.
Help ensure that every Queenslander going through difficult times can have their call for help answered and join a community of legends improving their mental health through physical fitness and friendly conversation.
Grab a mate (or several!) and walk and talk 65km throughout the month of May.
Every step and conversation brings us closer to stopping the stigma surrounding mental health – and feel healthier and happier while doing it!
Register today for Walk the Talk and raise money to help Lifeline Queensland answer more calls and save more lives.
How it works
Start the talking
Start the conversation and tell everyone you know that you’re walking the talk for Lifeline! Ask them to help you support Queenslanders going through tough times by making a donation to your fundraiser.
Add the walking
Slide into your walking shoes and start tracking your kilometres throughout the month of May. Don’t forget to grab your mates, and have a meaningful conversation. It could save a life.
Who will you Walk the Talk for?
“I think for me, most of the time I was doing fine, but it was like I had these cracks, these feelings of not being good enough.”
– Donna Thistlethwaite - Survivor
Donna is a brave survivor of attempted suicide. She felt like she wasn’t good enough and that if she told people this, they would think she was hopeless. With the support of family and friends, Donna was able to recover and is now a strong advocate for mental health. She helps others with their own mental health struggles by keeping the conversation open.
Who will you Walk the Talk for? Your family? Your friends? Yourself?
You’ll never walk alone! Check the leaderboard and see who else is participating, cheer them on and get motivated yourself.