A colourful conversation starter at Midsumma

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Gambler’s Help Southern was proud to join the huge annual celebration of colour and inclusion that is Midsumma Carnival Day.

More than 100,000 LGBTIQ community members and supporters and over 170 stallholders took part – and we talked and promoted to hundreds of attendees.

A frequent response was “I didn’t know that Gambler’s Help did that,” as people learned about our range of free support services, including how we can support family or friends in “starting a conversation” when they notice signs of gambling harm.

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