Brothers Ipswich

Help me create a mentally healthier world

I'm standing up to join Team Black Dog to turn ground breaking research into life saving action.

We're walking with mates for mental health awareness

Clubs for a Cause 2021 is a charity walk undertaken by community Clubs and their suppliers on the anniversary of the 2020 COVID shutdown announcement. The event is a collaborative project organised by volunteers from venues and industry suppliers alike to raise money for the Black Dog Institute and mental health research. The walk will take place on Saturday, 27th March from the Coolangatta Surf Club finishing at the Currumbin RSL.

Please support our event to turn groundbreaking research into life-saving action.

Mental illness affects 1 in 5 Australians every year, with the most common being depression and anxiety. Mental illness doesn’t discriminate. It affects people from all walks of life — individuals, families, workplaces and communities.

Please donate today!

Thank you to my Sponsors


Harrison Skippington


Geoffrey D Skippington


Rebecca Portors-bryant

Good on you Josh! Love Mum & Dad x


Brothers Football Club Ipswich


Joshua Bryant

On behalf of Peta and Michael, thanks heaps guys


Kathryn Wright

Wish I could be there with you!!! Next time!!!


Kerri-anne Skippington

Good work Dad!


Karen Skippington

Best wishes to my brother-in-law, Brian Skippington, on undertaking this walk to raise funds for this worthy cause.



Well done Matt, Skip and Josh. Very worthy cause.


Laurie Mcmahon

Enjoy the walk and well done


Chriss Skippington

You always "proclaim" you would walk 500 miles and then walk 500 more to be the man who walks a thousand miles to.......... Ah just do the 10K. Good luck


Brothers Leagues Club Ipswich


Sarah Simonov


Anne Simonov


Gary Wallace

Great work guy.


Greg Walsh

well done Matt and Brian


Jocelyn Portors


Tegan Bryant

Absolute legend - love you bro.


Melissa Austin

Great work to you all - hope you raise some good funds.


Steve Edgar

Well done Brothers great cause