Anthony Hart

Anthony Hart

Mental Health Advocate & Nominee South Australian Local Hero 2022

During his recovery, Anthony developed the Mind Health Toolbox – a free self-help toolbox to assist anyone dealing with the early signs of stress, anxiety or depression. It provides users with four steps to help achieve better mind health.

Having seen too many locals lose their life to suicide, Anthony and friend and farmer Gavin Schuster created Save our Mates, Chew the Fat Nights. Supported by a community for men only, the free events are held in regional South Australia throughout the year.

With the tagline “Blokes would rather hear your challenges than your eulogy”, Chew the Fat nights enable men to grab a feed, drink some beer, hear from everyday Aussie guest speakers who share their stories, and most importantly, to talk.

Anthony is also a speaker and workshop facilitator engaged across Australia to share his story and inspire men to take better care of their mental and physical wellbeing.

Meet our Ambassadors

Dr Felicity-ann Lewis

Community Leader & 2014 SA Australian of the Year

A dedicated, dynamic leader, Dr Felicity-ann Lewis is passionate about creating a better, healthier, more inclusive Australia

Chris Schacht

Former Senator & President of Volleyball Australia

Chris is a former President of the Australian Volleyball Federation and an elected representative to the Legal Commission of the “Federation Internationale de Volleyball”. He is also a board member of numerous worthwhile organisations.
Professor Jennifer McKay AM

Professor Jennifer McKay AM

Professor - Business, Law and Environment

Professor Jennifer McKay AM is an academic lawyer with a passion for research to celebrate some but reform other laws to achieve a sound and clean environment for future generations.
Professor Rob Morrison OAM

Professor Rob Morrison OAM

Scientist, former host of The Curiosity Show, SA State Recipient Senior Australia of the Year 2008

Rob has had a dual career as academic and science broadcaster and writer. He is currently a Professorial Fellow at Flinders University. He has written more 40 books and co-written 13 more on science and natural history.

Ingrid Kennerley

Mental Health Advocate & 2019 South Australia Citizen of the Year

After her husband’s suicide, Ingrid displayed incredible strength and resilience, guiding her children through the tragedy, and maintaining her volunteering and support roles that are so vital to small communities.
Bill Denny AM BM

Bill Denny AM BM

Veteran, Community Advocate & SA Nominee Senior Australian of the Year 2022

Bill’s deep and long-standing commitment to the ex-service community has been demonstrated through his role as Chair of the RSL ANZAC Day Committee, Chair of the ANZAC Day Commemoration Council and as founder of the ANZAC Eve Youth Vigil.