If you're on this page, it's likely because you're keen to help us out - thank you!
The Getting Through Together campaign* is helping New Zealanders get through the effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic – together. Our whakataukī, Whāia E Tātou Te Pae Tawhiti means we’re working together, as a nation, to pursue our future.
Getting Through Together is a campaign for you, developed by people who are living this right alongside you. We’re using our knowledge of wellbeing science and the expertise we’ve developed over many years to share the things we know are important to build and maintain mental health and wellbeing in the toughest of times.
Getting Through Together is achieving some great results:
With findings like these, it is clear that the campaign is making a difference - and this is where you come in. We want more people to see it!
We’ll be on your TV, your radio, your social media, in your supermarkets and your pharmacies whenever we can.
Ultimately however, our success comes down to having people in each and every community who can help us amplify our messages. You can follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and share our content. You can subscribe to our regular updates and encourage others to do the same, and you can order our print resources.
You know your community best. Can you help find the best channels and the best way to connect people with the campaign - and help us get through together?
As wellbeing champions in your community, we’d love your help sharing this kaupapa wide and far. Ways you can do this include:
Of course, we're always keen to hear feedback to ensure our messaging is hitting the mark! Please email any feedback to email@example.com
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