A St Helens man will embark on a long trek to raise funds for homelessness within Tasmania.
Nathan Arandale will walk from Hobart to St Helens during National Homelessness Week from August 5 to 11.
The journey will take about 6.5 days, and Mr Arandale will walk more than 250-kilometres rain, hail, or shine.
His aim is to raise awareness for homelessness in Tasmania, particularly in the Break O'Day region. His goal is to raise money so that the St Helens Neighbourhood House can auspice for people without homes in the Break O'Day area.
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To get involved
To sponsor Mr Arandale for his Hobart to St Helens walk, donations can be made to the St Helens Neighbourhood House.
For more information about the walk, contact the neighbourhood house on 6376 1134 or at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the neighbourhood house's Facebook page.