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Anglicare NQ provides a wide range of Youth support services across the North Queensland area including Cairns, Mareeba and Townsville, including Youth Support, Case Management, Outreach, Emergency Male and Female accommodation and Out of Home Care.

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“No matter how hard life gets you down – just keep on pedalling,” says the Lone Aussie Rider, Christopher Anderson.

After 14 months on the road, Chris has just finished riding approximately 20,000km around Australia to raise awareness of depression in men – and he did the whole thing in his thongs! Having lived with depression himself, Chris chose to support beyondblue after experiencing the difficulty of talking about mental health while working on job sites: “I want to help change it from being such a taboo subject.”

Thanks Chris for all your support and hard work!

If you would like to support Chris you can contribute to his fundraiser here: give.everydayhero.com/au/christopher-34
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“No matter how hard life gets you down – just keep on pedalling,” says the Lone Aussie Rider, Christopher Anderson.

After 14 months on the road, Chris has just finished riding approximately 20,000km around Australia to raise awareness of depression in men – and he did the whole thing in his thongs! Having lived with depression himself, Chris chose to support beyondblue after experiencing the difficulty of talking about mental health while working on job sites: “I want to help change it from being such a taboo subject.”

Thanks Chris for all your support and hard work! 

If you would like to support Chris you can contribute to his fundraiser here: https://give.everydayhero.com/au/christopher-34

Ann-Marie Fong, Rosemary Lombard and 23 others like this

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Charlotte MayIs there any official beyond blue merchandise to buy?

22 hours ago

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Donna McdonaldI will get out of bed tomorrow

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Marshall WillanWell done Chris, a great effort. I recently cycled my recumbent trike Perth - Melbourne - Canberra so can appreciate and admire your achievement. Around Australia, 20000 kms is exceptional - a fine example never to be forgotten.

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Belinda Joy Jenkinsthank you Chris for your wonderful spirit in share a most hards thing to live with each day, as I live with depression and aniexty each day. i found out about your jounery last year went you was in West Australia and follow your jounery every since......thank you so very much for your willing heart to share and help to get the mental health awareness out in pulice eye for all us.......

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James CohenCongratulations Chris a tremendous effort!!! it was a honour to meet You and buy you a beer that was last yr in Cervantes thank you so much you helped raise the awareness so much!!!!!

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Lorraine McCannAmazing, well done you carry the spirit of so many with you, with the rise and fall of the sun each day there is always hope.

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Stephen WadeI cannot help financially BUT your effort has inspired me onwards and upwards THANKYOU

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Raquel WilliamsGreat job Lone, you are a true inspection for all with Depression.

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Natalie DahlmanBloody legend! Great to see a male willing to talk about mental health.

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Denise CoultTop bloke .... I will donate ... great cause!

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Amanda Louise HubberWhat a champion

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Dora JahnesLegend

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Claire LangdonSuch a top bloke. Keep on rolling. 🤗🤗🤗

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Jac-Robyn van HoofAwesome mate. Thank you

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Brad WightmanTop effort, Chris, I wish I had the motivation to do something similar. 👍

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Charles SzablewskiThere are many reasons for depression. To name but one would be silly. Living in this universe it aint easey

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Lea WellsCan't believe someone stole his bike! :/ James Fuller

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Josh CisThomas Baldacci

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Yvonne HarmerWhat a feat you are a Champion

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Jane HannaWow!! Well done Chris, bloody great job.

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Ka R LiI could not relate more to your words Christopher thank you

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Grahame MatthewsThis bloke is a true Aussie champion. Very inspiring.

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Jenni HartyGreat effort for a great cause, well done 😁

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Chris JohnsonChampion. Nothing will hold u back. 👍

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Meg MillemaggiLegend!

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