Help us welcome MHERV to Berry

One of the important initiatives RFBI supports is the Men’s Health Education Rural Van (MHERV) by providing the funds to have a registered nurse travel with the van throughout NSW to provide free health checks. Since this program commenced in 2017, MHERV has visited over 100 communities and provided more than 10,000 free health checks. In the South Coast area, MHERV has screened nearly 500 people, helping to save countless lives.

On Tuesday 8 February, the MHERV mobile men’s health clinic is coming to Berry to provide free life-saving health checks. To celebrate its arrival, RFBI has arranged for a special motorcade escort to bring the van into Berry and is hosting a fundraising Morning Tea at RFBI Berry Masonic Village.

We invite you to join us as we celebrate the arrival of the MHERV mobile men’s health clinic in Berry.

Tuesday, 8 February 2022
10:00am - 11:00am

Outside the main entrance at RFBI Berry Masonic Village
41 Albany Street, Berry NSW

Helping us welcome MHERV to Berry will be Mayor Amanda Findley of Shoalhaven City Council and Brother Glen Green from Lodge Harmony, who will be presenting a cheque to RFBI for $20,000 to support the initiative.

Join us for our outdoor morning tea event and ‘Donate to help a mate’ to keep MHERV on the road and saving lives.

Get involved and help us continue our legacy of helping others.

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