Why Join

Men sit at Tables for many reasons, such as wanting to be in a community of peers, giving back, suffering loss, financial stress, family issues, moving house, or personal struggles.

Navigating life can be tough if you do it alone.

Some men come to The Men’s Table for a supportive community. Some look to give support and some just come as insurance policy for when times are tough.

The first step towards a Table can be nerve wracking and it can take real courage. You are not alone if you feel hesitation. Reach out to ask us a question, or register for an Entree to find out if it’s for you.

What men say

Stories

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MT22 Year in Review by John McWhorter

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Volunteer Power

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Community Engagement for The Men’s Table

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Pork Knuckles, Table Care and Fool’s Gold

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Men’s Health Week 2022

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MT7 connect into their local community

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What the media says

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Wangaratta Chronicle

Co-host of the Wangaratta Table, Malcolm Bradbury, talks to the Regional Extra.

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Western Weekender

The recently launched Penrith Table is looking for a few more men.

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Men’s Table heads to Dandenong

Men’s Table Regional host Dan Ball speaks to the Star Journal in Dandenong.

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Talking Beyond Footy

Table members speak to ABC Gouburn Murray about their experience sitting at a Men’s Table.

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Bribie Island and Surrounds

On Bribie, a few guys are quietly establishing the first Men’s Table in Queensland.

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Canberra Weekly

Our collaboration with funding partners Communities at Work and The Snow Foundation has gotten off to a flying start.

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Want to chat?

Want to have a chat or ask a question before you register for an entree? We’d love to hear from you. Please give us a call or fill out this form and a man who sits at a Table will get back to you.