Please help me, help a mate: @themikeking

photoKia ora whanau, any chance you could help out my charitable trust by voting and sharing the link?

Key to Life was started by The Nutters Club to address the stigma around mental health and our appalling suicide statistics especially among our kids. Last week Jo and I spent 3 days in Kaitaia encouraging kids (1200+) help fight suicide by talking and supporting each other rather than taking their own lives. There have been over 30 suicides up their in the last year including the countries youngest a 10 year old boy.

We don’t get any funding, instead me and a very small team of dedicated mates run golf tournaments, sausage sizzles, comedy gigs to keep it all going. When thats not enough I sell shit I know longer need, 3 weeks ago I sold my old school Valiant and I’m about to sell my Harley so I can go on doing this work. Why? Because there are some seriously great kids out there, who through no fault of their own, have been beaten down by fucked up circumstances who need someone out there fighting for them.

I have had a blessed life my friends. I have spent nearly 20 years of my life telling people to get f&*ked for a living and it is time to give back! I am passionate about this work and even if we don’t win the car (for the next 3 years) I will continue to fight on. However, a vote for the KEY TO LIFE CHARITABLE TRUST will make that fight just a little bit easier.

If ya still here and still reading, bless you and love ya heaps :)

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The link to vote is here.

If you can’t do it for Mike, please do it for me.  And if you can’t do it for me, please do it for the kids.

At the time of writing this post, his cause had 300 votes, lies in 7th place, and needs 367 votes to beat out the top spot right now.

Let’s see what we can do, OK?

Vote, then share the link and ask your friends and family to help too.


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