Insights & Impact Report

Download our latest report to find out what’s really going on with teenage boys. Featuring the opinions and perspectives of the 3,000+ boys and 100+ schools we have connected with this year so far.


Click here for Insights & Impact Report: Edition 1 – ‘What’s really going on with teenage boys’

Launched Nov 29: Edition 2 – ‘What young men are telling us about their friendships’


For deeper insight into the world of young men join our Webinar on December 1, hosted by our Head of Programs and Relationships Manager featuring Dr. Katie Wood – Associate Professor and Clinical Psychologist at Swinburne University.


Webinar Registration – ‘What young men are telling us about their friendships’ – December 1



Our Results

We have now taken over 30,000 boys across Australia through our full-day Man Cave workshops and they have given us the following feedback:


would recommend our program to other young men


think our facilitators are awesome


of boys rate our workshops 4 or 5 out of 5

“I found there are a lot more people I care about in our year level than I thought.”

St Brendan Shaw student

In August of 2019, we worked with Ernst & Young (EY) to conduct an independent review of the impact of our programs and to build an impact evaluation framework.

Because without knowing what’s working, how can we continue to improve? The best part is that EY found our programs to create significant positive change for boys, parents and teachers, especially when compared to other similar interventions:

“The Man Cave workshops result in materially significant improvements to mental health related outcomes. The workshops cultivate a deeper knowledge of mental health and wellbeing after one-day, and contribute to the development of meaningful relationships with family and peers.”

Specifically, a study of the boys reported the following


increase in the extent to which boys felt able to discuss their emotions and masculinities


increase in the extent to which boys felt they could trust one another and the workshop facilitators


increase in awareness of mental health and well-being.

After attending multiple workshops, the results for participants only continued to improve:


increase in the extent to which boys reported they were fostering meaningful relationships with their parents and peers


increase in the extent to which boys were articulating their emotional state on a regular basis.

“This workshop has possibly changed my life.”

Aged 13, Haileybury College