About Campaign

ends 31 Dec 2020, 11:59 PM
The COVID19 pandemic is a major health crisis affecting the whole world. Imagine how much more adverse the situation would be for those struggling with mental health conditions?

The pandemic has brought changes and disruptions to all our lives, most of it outside of our control. Symptoms of anxiety and depression are surfacing amongst the general population, frontline healthcare workers, and amplified in the vulnerable population. It is now commonplace to hear of struggles with trying to find an appropriate work-life balance whilst working at home, relationship issues, job security and financial issues.

We at Resilience Collective understand this. To this end, we provide psycho-education, coping strategies and emotional support to our peers and the community. Because of self-distancing measures, our engagement has started transitioning over into the digital space. Our ambition is to reach to all in need. Help us reach our goal.

Your generous donation will help us scale our delivery of group peer education and support services digitally to ensure that persons in recovery from mental health conditions continue to receive the support they need, especially during this challenging period.

It will also help us to develop new community education and outreach programs to increase the resilience of those who are at-risk of developing mental health symptoms. It's not just the 1 in 7 with a mental health condition who are affected, mental health concerns us all. #TogetherResilient

About the Charity

Resilience Collective is a mental health charity uniquely powered by "peers" - persons with a mental health lived experience. Our mission is to be a beacon of hope and provide a voice for the mental health community. We've come together to reshape the way people and organisations approach mental wellness by building new solutions and strategies for mental wellness through the lens of the lived experience.

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SUPPORTED CAUSES
Community
Education
Families
Health