For Boys 11-13

Coming Soon - A mentoring program for primary school boys. 


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Top Blokes Foundation’s research and series of consultations with primary school education reveals:

  • There is an increase of reporting in relation to sexting, disrespect towards peers and ongoing risk-taking behaviours by male students;
  • Currently, there is a need for a specially designed boy’s program with a focus on ongoing mentoring;
  • Boys require more than a once off workshop and would benefit from longer-term engagement with positive male role models.

The Stepping Up program will address social issues impacting boys aged 11-13 and affect long-term attitudinal and behavioural change. This program will challenge underlying factors contributing to poor mental health, disengagement in school, violence and other anti-social behaviours.

This peer-led well-being program for boys aged 11-13 years old is being piloted in 2017 and will launch in 2018. Click here to register your interest.




For further details or to book a phone consultation with our Program Manager, please register your details by clicking here.

If you are in a position to support the growth of this program, we would like to touch base with you.

The Top Blokes Foundation does not receive any government funding. We therefore rely on grants and donations from foundations, community clubs and private donors to subsidise this program for schools who fall below the median of the Community-Socio Educational Advantage Index (ICSEA).

If you are in the position to consider assisting us financially or if you know of individuals in your network who have the capacity to help this program reach more young men, we welcome you to have a confidential conversation with our Fundraising Manager.

To contact the Fundraising Manager directly, please click here.