Support me as I drive the length of NZ for mental health


Michael is driving the length of New Zealand to raise funds to help organisations like us continue to provide life saving services to people struggling with their mental health.
Here's what Michael has to say about his fundraiser:

"Welcome to my official Page.

Kia Ora, G'Day Talofa, nǐn hǎo Hello.

My name is (Quentin) preferred to be called Michael McKay, I'm a young bloke who has a past a story and healing to do.

I'm a entrepreneur a business owner a parent and a animal lover. I am taking a stand for mental health by driving the length of NZ twice I hope you can stand with me as I travel through NZ whist living in my car. for two charities I am Hope Gumboot Friday and Life matter's suicide prevention trust.

Where did this journey start?

Well I have a long story but I'll keep it short.

I have struggled with mental health all my life from trauma abuse and neglect and I struggled to be heard as there was no help for me due to short staffed professionals.

I have also lost someone very special to me to suicide in 2020.

By supporting me in this journey you are helping to contribute to free youth counselling and saving a life through suicide prevention work.

Every little bit makes a difference. So please

Join me on this testing exciting and adventurous journey for those who need our help the most.

We are all in this together.

Together we can make a difference."

Ngā mihi nui, Michael! To support him on his journey, please click the link below to go to his givealittle page.