Kerry Schofield

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Support My Walk for Mental Health Research

Did you know that 1 in 5 people experience symptoms of mental illness each year?

In fact, every day in Australia, 9 people will die by suicide.

Mental illness can be debilitating and can have a devastating impact on not only those living with it, but those around them. 

This October, I’ll be taking part in One Foot Forward to help reduce the impact of mental illness and suicide.

I'm walking to raise funds for Black Dog Institute, so that they can put ground-breaking new mental health treatment, education, and digital services into the hands of the people who need them most.

It would mean so much to me if you donated to support my walk.

Together, we can create better mental health for all Australians.

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Wirtgen Australia Pry Ltd


Helen Asser

Well done Kez. Such a worthwhile cause. You are a gem xx


Mathew Marreiros



Hope you have comfortable shoes


Jax Bowsher

Go you good of luck Kez xx


Dawn Phillips

Go Kez! Keep that doggy at bay.


Debra Cowcill

Way to go Kez! If I was there I’d do it with you.


Chris Adams

Go Kez!


Loraine Pilkington


Bradley Mcclelland

Well done Kerry, a beautiful cause!



Good luck Kezza- be nice to big dawg when recovering.


Myra Doherty

Go girl!


Linda Wilson


Julie Crittenden

Happy birthday Moley xx


Linn Smith

Have fun


Molly Lawless

Go Kerry! What an amazing cause 😊


Ian Gimani

You go gal.


Carolyn O’donoghue

Good luck, great course


Jayde Schofield

Wooohhh ! Get those little legs going 🏃‍♀️👏🏼


Megan Boulter


Eve Kokolas


Daniel Lopez

Well done Kerry, many people need the support and you are amazing for helping.


Kerry Schofield


Sandra Nicholson


Lisa Blakey

Go Aunty Keery! 👏🏻


Tracie Brackenhofer


Desley Grdusiak

The best of luck Kerry.


Sue Bragg

Good luck Kerry


John Richardson

Good Luck Kerry



Great work Kezza


Jayden Tonkiss


Gwen Smith

Good luck


Paul Waine


Kate Schembri



Jo Leahy


Mark Chard

Awesome work mate


Weylen Nairne


Darcy Raymond Griffiths