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Men of Hope

About Us

Founded in 2016, Men of Hope (MoH) is a social network that provides men with opportunities to regularly connect with each other in an informal and safe setting, both in person and online. MoH is co-designed by participants for participants. If you want to become part of the award-winning network, MoH runs a variety of meetings every month that may interest you.

Member Testimonials

“I wasn’t interested one bit, but my case manager said I needed to give it a go, so I reluctantly went along to an event and haven’t stopped coming since. I was welcomed and for the first time in years, I was treated as an equal. I love it, it’s very social. If you want to talk about your problems, you talk about your problems, if you don’t want to, you don’t have to – it’s up to you.” – Kev

“I have been playing music on my guitar on my own for more than forty years. I always dreamt that I could play music in a band. Now I am playing music in our Men of Hope Music Group. We performed our songs to an audience last month. It’s a dream come true. It’s not only about the music but socialising with the guys that makes a difference in my life.” – Anonymous

Connect with us online on Facebook and YouTube and come see what our program is all about!

Online Zoom Room

We have members from around Australia who join our cooking afternoons, group chats and one on one calls. Fill in the online form below to register your interest and come connect regularly and have fun!

Men of Hope



Meet our Team

Perth Group

Men of Hope also meets regularly in locations around Perth, check below for more information and description of each activity.

Music Groups: When jamming rocks your world, our weekly Music Groups could be for you.

Cooking Group: Socialize, improve your cooking skills and share a meal with friends. Big Kev, our experienced chef will make sure you feel welcomed. We host eight meetings a month at 29 Wandoo Road in Duncraig.

Walking Group: For those who enjoy the outdoors, our walking group meets three times a week along the coast between Sorrento and Scarborough at the Clarko Reserve, Trigg. We also walk around the beautiful Yokine Regional Open Space and the Dianella Regional Open Space.

Meeting in the Park: Meeting once a month at Clarko Reserve, members enjoy a cuppa and bacon and eggs. This is a great time where you can just relax over a game of Bocce or Disc Golf and have some fun.

Coffee and Cake: We all know how nice a cuppa is so why not have it with friends. For that reason, we have started a Coffee and Cake Group. We meet regularly & catch up for a chat over coffee or tea whilst enjoying snacks at 29 Wandoo Road, Duncraig.

Blokes’ Morning: Join us once a month at the City of Stirling’s Osborne Park Community Hub, Community Centre for a cuppa and a chat. Injury Matters are also invited to chat to us about matters that prevents injuries.

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