TODAY host Karl Stefanovic will shine a light-weight on the significance of psychological health, significant mateship and social and emotional connections by travelling by regional Australia from subsequent Monday, April 18 to boost consciousness and funds for psychological health organisation Gotcha4Life.
After years of confronting turmoil – that has seen bushfires, floods and the pandemic take a psychological toll on Australians – Karl will be part of Gotcha4Life founder Gus Worland as they launch the Mateship Miles roadshow in a week-long journey by rural communities from Victoria into NSW.
Visiting communities in Shepparton, Wagga Wagga, Canberra, Nowra and Wollongong, Karl will broadcast from the street as he meets communities and spreads the message of the significance of constructing psychological health and embracing mateship. Since the launch of not-for-profit Gotcha4Life in 2017, the inspiration has helped greater than 175,000 Australians with psychological health packages.
Hosting TODAY, Karl will get amongst the locals, chat about their struggles over the previous two years and, as an apart, with the federal election lower than six weeks away, really feel the heart beat of regional Australia.
“The Mateship Miles is a good trigger and a beautiful alternative to get out onto the street and go to regional Australia,”
– says Karl.
“This interval of pure disasters and Covid hasn’t been simple for lots of people, and something we are able to do to get the message out about psychological health and taking care of your mates is so vital. I can’t wait to satisfy everybody….and I’m additionally eager to listen to what they should say concerning the election and see how our pollies are faring within the pub check.”
Karl will hit the street with Gus Worland, and broadcast into TODAY, with viewers inspired to pop down for filming 5.30am-9.00am:
Monday, April 18 – Monash Park, Shepparton, VIC
Tuesday, April 19 – Victory Memorial gardens, Wagga Wagga, NSW
Wednesday, April 20 – Capital Lakes Rowing Club, Canberra
Thursday, April 21 – NSW Rural Fire Service, Nowra
Friday, April 22 – Flagstaff Hill, Wollongong