St Kilda joins forces with Healthy Heads and NTI to tackle mental health challenges

Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds (HHTS) is proud to announce an official Partnership with St Kilda Football Club (St Kilda) and National Transport Insurance (NTI). St Kilda is set to support the Foundation throughout 2022 with shared ambitions to address mental health issues that exist across Australian communities.

St Kilda will provide HHTS with the opportunity to work alongside their wellness team to develop a series of informative and easy to follow videos that will offer tools and practical tips, addressing key industry challenges such as high job demand and fatigue.

The partnership has been made possible through the generous contribution of HHTS Foundation Sponsor National Transport Insurance and the major involvement of NTI CEO, Tony Clark.

HHTS CEO, Naomi Frauenfelder said: “In collaboration with St Kilda’s team experts Dr Robbins and Dr Facer-Childs we have the opportunity to share information in new ways that we hope will spark interest across our audience and generate engagement.”

“With Dr Robbins and Dr Facer-Childs, we will host two free webinars that will take a deeper dive into the tools and practical tips that we can all apply to our every day to help with sleep, better manage stress and take care of our overall wellbeing at work and home,” she said.

St Kilda Executive General Manager – Commerical Chris Larkins said: “As a club, we’re unwavering in our cause to improve physical and mental health and wellbeing not only in the football sector but for the wider community.

“The Danny Frawley Centre for Health and Wellbeing is at the forefront of that, and we’re proud to further that commitment by partnering with Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds for this year’s Spud’s Game: Time 2 Talk.”

“Similar to the professional sporting industry, the transport, warehousing and logistics sectors are fast-paced, performance-driven and incredibly demanding, and it’s easy to lose sight of what’s important from a wellness perspective.

“We’re invested in changing that and ensuring that personal wellbeing and health is, and remains, a priority for all involved.”

NTI CEO, Tony Clark said: “NTI is honoured to support this partnership and collaboration between St Kilda’s Danny Frawley centre and HHTS. Sharing of information, resources and bringing communities together will go a long way in improving awareness and understanding of mental health in our industry.”

HHTS and NTI are official Partners of the Spud’s Game, in memory of Danny Frawley, providing a national platform to bring awareness to the cause of mental health. St Kilda will generously donate 200 tickets to truck drivers, warehousing and other front line logistics staff would wish to attend the game.

More details on the Spud’s Game will be available soon via:


For further information contact: Sally Glover, Healthy Heads in Trucks & Sheds, Communications Manager, [email protected]