This is a worthwhile cause folks. I have in my time dealt with more than enough teenagers who hurt themselves through a variety of psychological disorders and stress related reasons. Any group genuinely trying to help these kids deserves our support. Paraphrased from the Heidelburg Leader. Peter Brock is organising a raly for cars and motorcycles to raise money for the Harm to Calm support program that provides help for teenagers who self-harm as a result of depression, stress, bullying, family issues among other causes. The program is funded by Banyule-Nillumbik Primary Care Alliance but has ended this year despite an increase in referals. The Peter Brock Foundation has donated $10,000, Accessoride in Mill Park and Bridges Restraunt are also supporting the rally. When: Sunday, November 27. Where: 2 1/2 hr ride around Kinglake and Yarra ranges. Lunch will be at Bridges Restraunt with guest speakers Peter Brock, & Everest CLimber Det-Sen Constable Nicholas Farr. Cost: $25 per vehical, includeing showbag and raffle entry. Or, $80 with three course buffet lunch and entertainment. For Details call Trevor at Accessoride on 03 9436 4499 or Nillumbik Community Health Service on 03 9431 1333.