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  • Share a shaka and check in on a mate today.

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With everything going on in the world, you might be feeling a little powerless. How do you help people who are doing it tough? How do you let people know you care?

The Ambassador

Corey Enright - “As you head into your 40’s, your life is very different to what you imagined."

Message a mate. It’s a way of connecting with the generations through a SHAKA!

Listen to Corey

The Shaka

Emma Hawkins - "It’s a love-you mate gesture, a sign of solidarity & friendly intent."

Unity or agreement of feeling or action, especially among individuals with a common interest; mutual support within a group.

Listen to Emma

The Surfer

Sally Fitzgibbons - "Ride the wave of the unknown together"

Surfers are always throwing shakas. Get on board and start throwing them out to any of your mates. 

Listen to Sally

The Doctor

Drew Slimmon - Mental health is on the rise. So what can we do? How can we come together as a community and let people know we care?

The Nurse

Clara - Sometimes it’s the simplest things that are the most effective.

The Tradie

Dale Vine - A welfare check is always on the agenda!

The Student

The Reason

The Campaign

People need you

If we can continue to raise awareness so everyone knows they are not alone and put the pep back in peoples step even more so during these uncertain times.

"Unity or agreement of feeling or action, especially among individuals with a common interest; mutual support within a group." - the shaka

New friends come along through school, sport or change of neighbourhood. But you never lose your mateships from years gone by.

Corey Enright

The shaka definitely resonates with the youth of today and the older generations that still think they are in their youth :) “YEP me!”

Emma - online guru

“Suffering with the mental health rollercoaster since my early 20’s has been tough. It was a lonely path back in the 90’s.

Paul a Shaka user

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