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Table-tennis-athon - Has Ended

 5 Oct, 2019 - 30 Oct, 2019
 Sat 11:00am - Wed 5:00pm
 University of Canberra; and ACT Table Tennis - KingstonGriffith
  Canberra, ACT
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Get physical  for Mental Health! 

Participate in a range of table tennis events during October Mental Health Month in the ACT to raise funds for mental health resources, including a table tennis table, at the ACT Extended Care Unit (ECU). The unit adjacent to Calvary Hospital provides residential care for people with complex and enduring mental health issues.

1. Host or participate in a table tennis party.  Register here and then donate $20 per person or $50 per family to the Canberra Hospital Foundation  to   in text box write Mental Health: ECU. 

Spend 2 hours and have some fun with friends or new table tennis partners! Or:

2. Support University of Canberra Table Tennis Club at Bruce raise funds for ECU: drop in Tuesday afternoons at the UC Gym from 3.30-5pm during October or during Stress less week 28 - 30 October. Gym is Building 29: Car parks are higlighted in the map CP22 and CP4 or adjacent to Building 28 for first hour free

3. Pop-in to the ACT Table Tennis Club at Kingston/Griffith who are supporting this fundraising, ACT: Corner of Canberra Avenue and Dawes Street, adjacent to Kingston Oval on the northern side of Canberra Avenue. Come Sunday 13 October, 2019: 11am-2pm as part of the fundraiser. If you want to book a table for friends or family register here also. Bus Route R2 or R6.



What are my transport/parking options for getting to University of Canberra?

Buses run regularly along College St R2, R3 and R4.

Parking as below - take ticket then pay on exit with credit card.


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 Canberra Mental Health Forumorganiser

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Canberra Mental Health Forum. A group of concerned citizens who work towards better health outcomes for those impacted by mental illness in the ACT and Queanbeyan region.

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