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CSU FC's headspace Cup raises $10,000 for mental health services

Sam Bolt
By Sam Bolt
November 3 2020 - 6:30am
SUCCESS: headspace Bathurst youth care coordinator Jess Hopwood [left] and community engagement officer Jake Byrne [middle] with CSU FC club captain Brady Evans, vice president Emily Thurlow and events coordinator Sophie Tarrant-Foder. Photo: SAM BOLT

Charles Sturt University [CSU] Football Club's annual headspace Cup fundraiser has proven another success for the mental health service provider, raising around $10,000.

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Sam Bolt

Sam Bolt

Writer/Journalist at Western Advocate

"I'm not in the business of telling people what to do. I'm much more in the business of describing things, situations and stuff like that and leaving them out there, and you can make up your minds about them." -Nick Cave

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