HEALTHY Harold wants to expand his reach.
A Brownlow lunch later this month aims to help the Life Education mascot hit the South of the state.
Life Education chairman Stuart Bryce said the organisation had travelled to about 25 Northern schools in recent years teaching children how to make reasoned decisions.
"Alcohol and methamphetamines are the greatest inductors of violence," Mr Bryce said.
"Tasmania particularly has quite significant drug problems. We talk to people from prep to grade 6, before they start."
Mr Bryce said fund-raisers were vital to the charity's success.
"We're 100 per cent funded by the community," he said.
The Tasmanian branch of the national organisation aims to achieve a positive impact on the health and well- being of 20,000 pupils by 2015.
The lunch on September 20 will include a footy quiz, raffle, auction and panel discussion with AFL legends Ken Hunter, Peter Hudson, Peter Knights and Verdon Howell.