THE next Walk 'n' Talk event in the Ulladulla district will be held on Sunday June 20.
Organisers, for this walk, will move the event from Narrawallee to Lions Park, Burrill Lake.
Walkers will gather around 8.45am and then head off for an easy 45-minute walk.
Walk 'n' Talk is an ongoing event that brings like-minded caring people together to help prevent suicide.
Dave Rutherford with support from partner Jennie, moved to bring Walk 'n' Talk to the Ulladulla region.
If it ends up helping one person, which in-turns helps one family, then Dave will be happy.
Damian McGill from the Milton Ulladulla Times, along with wife Cathie, took part in the walk last month.
Damian was happy to support such a good cause.
"Dave and his partner Jennie really just want to help people in the community," Damian said.
"I was impressed with the walk we did last month and support what they [Dave and Jennie] are trying to achieve.
"We met some really nice people on the walk and I hope to see more people at the walk on June 20."
People who attend the walk get a free T-Shirt and can enjoy a barbecue breakfast.
Dave, earlier in the year, approached Walk 'n' Talk For Life founder and former star rugby league player Shannon Nevin about bringing the event to the region.
Shannon is a former Manly and Balmain rugby league player and about six years ago, he set up a group called Walk 'n' Talk For Life.
"It was a suicide prevention walk I set up in Manly and I now have more than 20 different locations around NSW, the ACT and Queensland," he explained.
Shannon said lives can be saved from events like Walk 'n' Talk For Life.
"It's amazing what happens when you get like-minded people that want to come together and join in your community with each other to walk and talk your worries away," he said.
Anyone can attend the event.
"You don't necessarily have to be struggling - you don't have to be going through depression, suffer from anxiety, or are suicidal - the walk is for everybody," Shannon said.
"Not everyone is depressed and suicidal, but everyone is human and life's challenges are real and universal. For some people these struggles can become overwhelming and scary which often leads to separation and loneliness."
For more information search for Walk 'n' Talk Ulladulla on Facebook.
Numbers to call if you or anyone you know needs help:
Lifeline 13 11 14
Kids Helpline 1800 551 800
MensLine Australia 1300 789 978
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
Beyond Blue 1300224636