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KQC working with not-for-profit, Outside The Locker Room, to help promote "Stigma Stops Here" Tour

KQC is so excited and proud to announce that we will be working with Outside The Locker Room (OTLR), helping to promote both its upcoming "Stigma Stops Here" Tour and annual "Tackling Suicide" fundraising footy match.

A not-for-profit organisation committed to supporting the welfare and education requirements of sporting clubs, schools and workplaces across Australia, OTLR's dedicated program focuses on addressing the various personal and social challenges that can significantly affect the mental, physical and emotional well being of athletes, students and employees.

OTLR also provides access to safe, secure and private welfare platforms 24/7 for those needing further support.

Departing on 9 March 2020 from Perth, OTLR's “Stigma Stops Here” Tour will make the 15-hour drive across the state on its way to Karratha, stopping in various regional towns throughout the journey to present its programs to local sporting clubs and communities.

OTLR’s CEO/Founder, Jake Edwards will be accompanied on the tour by sports personality and OTLR ambassador, Robert DiPierdomenico (Dipper).

The organisation's annual “Tackling Suicide Game” will be played in Perth on 21 March, with 30 ex-AFL players and first responders representing fellow not for profit, Sirens of Silence, coming together to play a publicly-attended footy match to raise funds for OTLR.

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