2023 recipients

Australian Rotary Health

Australian Rotary Health‘s research funding is focused on improving the mental health of our youngest Australians, the 0-12 age group.  Australian Rotary Health invests million of dollars every year to fund breakthrough research into mental health. 

The Black Dog Institute

The Black Dog Institute is developing LifeBuoy, a smartphone application designed to help young people manage their suicidal thoughts and distress in daily life.   The Black Dog Institute addresses new challenges and opportunities in mental health – suicide preventiondigital innovationlived experienceyouth and workplace mental health. Their work in mood disorders continues through their investigation of new and better ways to treat and prevent conditions like anxiety and depression through digital tools and novel treatments.

The Recipients of Raised Funds

Since 2003, Sally’s Ride / Tamar Valley Cycle Challenge have raised in excess of $350,000 for mental health and youth services in Northern Tasmania.

  • SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY
  • Cornerstone Youth Services
  • Launceston City Mission
  • Resilient Youth Australia
  • MI Fellowship Australia/ Aspire
  • Time Out House
  • Menzies research grant
  • UTAS research grants

Sally's Ride

The Tamar Valley Cycle Challenge

Sunday 26th November 2023

Be part of this Cycling Challenge and raise funds for local projects working on improving the mental health of the Tasmanian community.