Whether the going's good or times are tough, we can all do things to strengthen our mental fitness. These campaigns explore some of the key ways we can do this – from simply noticing how we're feeling to taking small steps to look after ourselves and others.
Get simple ideas for looking after your wairua, wellbeing and whānau. Here we celebrate te ao Māori with a focus on the traditional practices that help us feel our best, and look out for others. View Wellbeing.
He Waka Eke Noa highlights the simple things we can do every day to look after ourselves and others, reminding us we're all in this together. View Campaign.
We are strongest when we look after ourselves and others. As we band together to get on top of Covid-19, one of the very best things we can do is to tune into the simple things that help us feel good. View Campaign.
Launching during Pride Week, our rainbow campaign is a celebration of Ōtautahi’s amazing LGBTQIA+ communities, offering love, hope and the reassurance that being exactly who we are is more than all right. View Campaign.
Chitter Chatter helps kids aged 5+ learn all about emotions and how to manage them. Fun for all the whānau, this cool new game can also help with building social skills and empathy. View Campaign.
Why do habits matter? Well, our habits shape nearly 50% of our daily lives. And while a habit can seem completely insignificant in isolation, when we do it day in and day out, year after year, the impact can really add up… View Campaign.
Our Downtime Dice are a handy reminder to relax and recharge, because small breaks can make a big difference to the way we feel. View Campaign.