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Mental Health Foundation In Touch update: February 2019

Thursday, February 28, 2019   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: mental health, newsletter, mental wellbeing, bullying, prevention, awareness, vacancies

Kia ora. Welcome to the first supporter email newsletter for 2019. Welcome to new subscribers.

Firstly, a massive thanks to everyone who made a donation to our Christmas appeal. Your donations go towards getting our suicide prevention and mental health resources into hundreds of schools, youth workers, counsellors, parents, doctors and workplaces around the country.

You can view our resources online.

It's not too late to make a donation towards our Christmas appeal.

Nāku iti nei,
Lian and the Mental Health Foundation team

Pink is the new black

Pink Shirt Day is coming up on Friday 17th May.  We're asking Kiwis to join us to Kōrero Mai, Kōrero Atu, Mauri Tū, Mauri Ora - Speak Up, Stand Together, Stop Bullying!

To co-incide with Pink Shirt Day this year, we will be releasing a bullying prevention resource for the workplace.

Register online to receive emails about out how your school

Distress or de-stress?

Stress is not always caused by an event or situation. Sometimes stress can be caused by our own thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Often, how we feel and think about a situation can change how we react. While we may not be able to control the situation that triggers our stress we can learn new practises so it affects us less.

Read over the factsheets from our workshop material to find out more.

Heroes of the Mental Health Foundation

When 50 marathons, over peaks in 50 days was not enough of a challenge, Mal Law is back. Over this year he is aiming to climb an epic One Million Feet for mental health. Donate $10 and he will climb 1,000 feet.

Make a donation or follow Mal's journey.

Send messages of encouragement through his Facebook page. #Climbformentalhealthnz

Get your sweat on at the ASB Auckland Marathon 2019!

Get your sweat on and raise funds for mental health at the ASB Auckland Marathon 2019!  Join our team to show your support and aroha for all the Kiwis living with a mental health problem right now. With over 50% of us experiencing a mental health problem in our lifetime, every dollar raised helps us to break the stigma and make sure no one has to go through tough times alone.

Find out more about the ASB Auckland Marathon and join our team.

View all upcoming events where you can support the Mental Health Foundation.

We are hiring

We have an exciting opportunity for a new kaimahi to be part of our Māori Development team as a new Kaiwhakarite (Māori Development Specialist) to help improve the MHF's responsiveness to Māori. The position will work collaboratively with all MHF teams to advise on cultural requirements for designing and developing programmes, marketing and resources as required and to contribute to campaign and strategic planning.

Get more information on this vacancy at the Mental Health Foundation.

Thank you

Every month we receive an enormous amount of support from our amazing fundraisers and donors who champion the mental health cause. We thank you ALL. This month we would like to also acknowledge the extra support we received from the following groups:

  • Lottery Community for funding our new improved database, making it easier to stay in touch with our supporters. We are just finishing the set-up, but are already excited about how it will increase productivity and double entering of information.
  • Community Post for postage paid envelopes to make Mental Health Awareness Week (23 to 29th September) this year bigger than ever.
  • Auckland Airport for the 12 Days of Christmas gift that will fund a Pink Shirt Day event in South Auckland to spread kindness and stop bullying.
  • Speedy Signs for funding new signage for us to use at community events to help us spread the message of wellbeing.

Mental Health Foundation of NZ.Donate to the Mental Health Foundation.

Mental Health Foundation of NZ
PO Box 10051
Dominion Road
Auckland 1446

Healthy Christchurch Champions

  • Canterbury District Health Board
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Environment Canterbury
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ngai Tahu
  • NZ Police
  • Pegasus Health
  • University of Otago, Christchurch