We could easily have chosen to be an evil empire, with a cunning masterplan for corporate domination and endless accumulation… but that’s not really who we are. We want to make a real difference.
We believe creating change takes courage, integrity and whole-heartedness. We’ve taken on this gigantic challenge because we know we can prevent suffering and create mentally healthier workplaces. Over time we will work to build even better resources, reach even more people and have an even greater impact.
We’d like to thank the many who have supported us and look forward to continuing our work with all those who share our values.
We are grateful to work with many people and organisations who share our values and are determined to make a real difference when it comes to workplace mental health. We offer our special thanks to Fire & Rescue NSW and our Foundation Partners, Optus and NSW Ambulance. We would also like to acknowledge the support of UNSW Innovations and the Black Dog Institute, as well as our other valued clients, Reuters, St John Ambulance Northern Territory, The Australian Graduate School of Management (UNSW Business School) and NSW Health Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District. Additionally, we are proud to have received a Mental Health Matters Award from the NSW Mental Health Commission, the AFAC Leading Practice in Mental Health Award and been Highly Commended at the 2019 Resilient Australia Awards.
Our Do Good, Be Kind program supports those who dedicate themselves to supporting others. When you purchase Mindarma, you will help us to bring the program to some of the places where it is can make an important difference.
Mental Health Workers – at the Black Dog Institute, Mindarma is helping bolster the resilience of employees and enhance mental wellbeing.
Disability Support Workers – Rural Lifestyle Options Australia. Based in South-East Queensland and Northern NSW, RLOA exists to enrich the lives of people with a disability by creating choice, opportunities and skills for life. Founded by a group of families 36 years ago as a self-help group, the not for profit organisation now employs over 100 workers and delivers a wide range of services as part of the NDIS.