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Gifts that are good for mental health

Wednesday, December 14, 2022   Posted in: Signatory Notice Board By: Administrator With tags: mental wellbeing, support

Kia ora Finding gifts for our loved ones can be hard, finding one for the office Secret Santa game even harder. What does Michelle from HR even like, anyway? 

How about a gift that gives back? Not only do these gifts support New Zealand brands, but you'll also be helping create positive mental health outcomes in Aotearoa.

Here is a gift guide of awesome products from brands which pass on percentage of proceeds to the Mental Health Foundation.

Whether it's a Huffer Tee or a pair of hand-made earrings, you'll be supporting mental health in New Zealand while you shop!

Thanks for supporting better mental health this festive season.

Meri Kirihimete to you and yours from everyone at the Mental Health Foundation.


Huffer have designed some meaningful products that focus on mental health and wellbeing with $10 from every item sold going to the Mental Health Foundation. Gender neutral, men's or women's, there's a style to suit everyone.

The Better Tea Company offers the perfect gift for your tea obsessed loved one. Make sure to use code "Mentalhealth" for 20 percent off.

If your loved one prefers coffee, we've got you sorted.
Coffee Supreme passes on 100 percent of the proceeds from its Buku Sayisa blend to the Mental Health Foundation. One of New Zealand's best when it comes to coffee, this is the perfect gift for the coffee lover in the family. Every cup counts.

Arias Design Company is New Zealand made jewellery with a conscience. These handmade clay earrings are a great gift. Beautiful, unique, and lending an ear for better mental health in Aotearoa.

How We Got Happy is an inspiring insight into lived experiences of mental health - the perfect coffee table book. Jonathan Nobbs and Eve Macfarlane have compiled stories of health, hope and happiness from 20 young New Zealanders who beat depression. 100 percent of the profits go to the Mental Health Foundation.

How about Month Done - a journal designed to help you be mindful for a month? Use it to sketch, draw, doodle or write down your thoughts and help in your mindfulness practice. A great pocket journal to take away with you, or a gift for someone to take on their travels this summer. $10 from every purchase goes straight to the Mental Health Foundation.

The Kitchen of Somewhere is a beautifully crafted cookbook inspired by Anna Kelly McLeod mother's travels in the 70s, where nature and connection is always invited to the table. $5 from every copy of The Kitchen of Somewhere cookbook sold will be donated to the Mental Health Foundation.

PieceHouse brings you modern, high quality puzzles with one-off, custom artwork created by inspiring local artists. Their mission is to bring positive change by cultivating mindfulness and bringing people together for meaningful moments. A family holiday essential.

Have a loved one who loves a good deal?
Purchase an Entertainment Membership and give them hundreds of offers for restaurants, cafés, activities, movies and more - while helping ensure mental health information and resources get into the hands of those who need them, when they need them. It's the gift that keeps on giving, and giving, and giving.