Junior Top Blokes

Junior Top Blokes

A 16-week interactive schools program that uses peer mentoring to tackle issues that teenage boys aged 14-17 struggle with including risk-taking, peer pressure and mental health

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Building Blokes

Building Blokes

An outdoor program to help local charity organisations while increasing the social inclusion, rates of volunteering and skill development among young men aged 16-24

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Boy's Health Forum

Boy's Health Forum

Held annually in June, the National Boy's Health Forum brings together individuals from across multiple sectors to build strategies to address the social issues faced by young men

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Top Blokes Ambassadors

Akmal Saleh

Akmal Saleh

"You're responsible for your life ultimately and all the decisions you make, good or bad, will ultimately reflect on you, it will lead you to a good life or a bad one; it’s your choice."

Arj Barker

Arj Barker

"I'm proud to be a Top Bloke but i know in life we all make mistakes. Best thing is learn from them and move on to a bright future, where we do what real men do, and help one another out!"

Welcome to Top Blokes Foundation

We read the stories, we hear the stereotypes, but do young men in the Australia really offer the community anything positive?

Here at Top Blokes Foundation, we believe that that we can all encourage young men to be assets, not liabilities to our country. We are a youth-led organisation that challenge and empower over 1000 young men aged 14-24 each year to reach their personal best and make positive life choices through our mentoring, leadership and resilience programs. We're passionate about providing a positive platform for young men to develop personal qualities including integrity, character and respect for others while becoming positive role models to their peers.

To join our journey, we invite you to browse our website and connect with us via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

The Top Blokes Foundation is proud to be affiliated with the following organisations:

youth mentoring network

mens health forumsafe schoolsaracy australiaPhilanthropy Australia logo.AMHF

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