NO SMALL TALK
Our No Small Talk event series has travelled the length of NZ.
Following on from our first two No Small Talk Dinners last year, we decided to bring it back and across the country to Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin.
Breaking the stigma around Men's mental health. Giving men a safe space to express their emotions, talk about how they are feeling without judgement, show them there is always a willing ear to listen and encourage them to share their lives with their friends, talk about their problems and emotions and check in with their mates.
Break the stigma and check in.
LISTEN TO MEN SHARING THEIR SUPPORT
Across Aotearoa + Virtually
All details are location specific - check out the first light page or visit our instagram
Every month - Tāmaki Makaurau
Every second Thursday - Grey Lynn School
All details via our Instagram stories
Community is one of the most powerful tools we have.
That's why our community initiatives are focused around fostering connection in communities across Aotearoa.
We have a range of community events hosted regulary for humans of every kind to come along make new friends, do some excersise, have open conversations or engage their creative mind.
NBHD Facebook Pages
Did you know we have Facebook pages set up for cities across NZ, you can stay up to date with everything that's going on and also meet new people who are also keen to come along to our community events.
You can always make a general donation to Neighbourhood through our shop page anytime you are able/ or would like.
If you would like to make a specific contribution to a cause you can do so by emailing Madeline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always cooking up new community events and collaborations so please contact us through the contact page if you would like to team up!
What to Expect
Our No Small Talk event series kicked off on Wednesday, 23rd of March for 2022.
We just wanted to let you know that some of the content shared both at the events and on our socials may be overwhelming or emotional for some. At Neighbourhood, we believe in the power of storytelling, human to human connection and sharing our truth.
When it comes to mental health, the truth can sometimes be really heavy and difficult to manage. If you feel like you aren’t in the place to hear these things please put your well-being and safety first.
You are welcome to attend events with a support person by purchasing them a ticket too or if they’re supporting from afar and you ever need extra help, free call or text 1737 at any time. Our kaupapa of making Aotearoa and safer and happier place for everyone will be a lifelong mission, join it at your own pace, whenever you feel ready.