Hero Events

Zero2Hero Day

zero2hero Day is an annual event that provides young people with a space to communicate about mental health and reach out for support if it’s needed.

The day aims to encourages open communication and reduce the social stigma around the potential affects of mental illnesses and issues including bullying, anxiety, bipolar, personality disorders, depression and self-harm, which could lead to suicide.

Through healthy conversation about these issues, teachers and students are provided with knowledge of how to recognise and understand the symptoms, and zero2hero also provides helpful tools and contact information of third party providers, such as Youth Focus, Lifeline, headspace, and HelpingMinds, who can offer specific support.

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Heroic Adventures

Heroic Adventures is the newest arm of Hero Events and it’s all about adventure-based fundraising. It provides an opportunity for the everyday heroes among us to trade in the suit and tie when the work is done, and support our cause by getting out into the world and being active.

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FUNDRAISERS

From corporate lunches and balls, to Pixar movie premieres, throughout the year, we run a range of fundraising events, allowing us to continue to deliver and expand on our education program.

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Superhero Saturday

We’re proud to be the official charity partner of the Western Force, and in 2015, we launched a new annual event, Superhero Saturday, where spectators are encouraged to come dressed as a superhero, and kids enjoy a special ‘pay zero if you come as a hero’ promotion.

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Speakers & Workshops

On request, the zero2hero team’s experts and leaders are also available to deliver their mental health and leadership workshops to the corporate and community sectors.

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