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Competition Time!

Mentally Healthy WA is excited to be hosting two state-wide competitions to spread the positive mental health message: act-belong-commit.

Get involved, spread the word and get creative for your mental health! Tell your friends and family about the competitions on Facebook and Twitter.

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Make a difference March!

Tell us what you do to make a positive difference to a friend, family member or your school community. Doing good things for others is a great way to keep mentally healthy! The winning entry will receive a brand new iPad, runner-up prizes will also be available. The winning entries will be announced during Term Two.

Entries close 5pm, 6 April 2018.

Submit your entry here: http://woobox.com/vp9ujc 

Download Terms & Conditions:

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