Monday, May 7th, 2012
Stolen Quotes is pleased to announce its support of the 2012 Black Dog Ride to the Red Centre.

This year’s Black Dog Ride marks the third year of the national fundraiser for the Black Dog Institute, raising awareness of depression and suicide in Australia.

In 2011, almost 300 riders raised $161,665 to assist the Black Dog Institute in implementing their Community Education Programs across Australia.

Ride founder Steve Andrews is hoping to raise $300,000 this year, eclipsing previous year’s efforts.

Steve says his aim is to generate community awareness around depression and mental illness, and break down the negative stigma associated with depression and suicide.

The Black Dog Institute states that Australia has the highest male suicide rate in the world and 1 in 5 people will experience depression in their lifetime.

Ambassador Angry Anderson says:

"Having dealt with depression most of my life and having made a decision years ago to be part of the solution not part of the problem as a basic philosophy to live my life by, I am proud to be an ambassador of the Black Dog Ride, and for any efforts to free sufferers from the grip of depression.”

For more information on the ride, see or contact Hollie Azzopardi on 02 9279 0672, or [email protected], to arrange an interview with Steve Andrews or Angry Anderson.

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Stolen Quotes

Stolen Quotes is a public relations, media and communications agency in Sydney, Australia.
Hollie Azzopardi
P: 02 9279 0672
M: 0402005283


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