The Florrie Men’s Walking Group and Florrie Staff have successfully completed their inspiring 24-hour fundraising walk, raising awareness for Men’s Mental Health and supporting The Florrie. The relay walk, which took place on the 12th and 13th of October, brought the community together in a remarkable display of unity and support for this crucial cause.
The 24-hour fundraising walk began and ended here at The Florrie, a cornerstone of the community, that has been instrumental in aiding individuals in need and promoting mental well-being. Walkers, organized into various groups, took turns walking for four hours each before passing the baton to the next group, creating a continuous chain of walkers for the entire 24-hour period. This event underscored the power of community involvement and the significance of fostering a supportive environment for those facing mental health challenges.
We can’t express our gratitude enough to all who participated and contributed to this remarkable event. From small donations to more substantial contributions, every bit makes a difference in advancing the cause of men’s mental health & supporting The Florrie.
Tony Caveney, who leads the walking group, said, “The past 24 hours have been a testament to the strength of our community. We’ve come together to support one another, raise awareness for men’s mental health, and make a significant impact on The Florrie’s work in the community. It’s been an incredible journey, and we’re grateful for the support we’ve received.”
The funds raised will enable us to continue our critical work in the community, providing mental health resources, support, and assistance to those who need it the most. The success of this fundraiser serves as a powerful reminder that change is possible when we work together as a community.
Furthermore, for those who wish to contribute, donations are still being accepted at The Florrie 24-Hour Walkathon GoFundMe Page. Your support can make a lasting impact on the cause of men’s mental health.
Remember, it’s good to walk but it’s even better to talk.