SILENT FIGHT

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CAMPAIGN RETURNING MAY 2022

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NEWSLETTER

We are so proud to have wrapped up another incredible campaign, supporting I AM HOPE and the wonderful work that they do. In the month of April, our team rallied friends, whānau, colleagues and strangers to get behind our campaign in all kinds of capacities. Some brought stickers, some attended our dinner for men’s mental health, others were inspired to check in with their mates and ask how they were really feeling.

 

Silent Fight is a campaign challenging kiwis to go silent for 12 hours in order to raise awareness about the importance of mental health conversation. Without talking about anything, we feel isolated, lonely and stressed - this is what happens when we don't speak about how we feel.​

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NBHD presents

Silent Fight

Neighbourhood team during Silent Fight
RECAPPING SIFI 2021
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COMMUNITY

We are so proud to have wrapped up another incredible campaign, supporting I AM HOPE and the wonderful work that they do. In the month of April, our team rallied friends, whānau, colleagues and strangers to get behind our campaign in all kinds of capacities. Some brought stickers, some attended our dinner for men’s mental health, others were inspired to check in with their mates and ask how they were really feeling.

 

Silent Fight is a campaign challenging kiwis to go silent for 12 hours in order to raise awareness about the importance of mental health conversation. Without talking about anything, we feel isolated, lonely and stressed - this is what happens when we don't speak about how we feel.​

Chloe Swarbrick campaigning
Neighbourhood team

MAHI

Silent Fight was as much, if not more, about creating impact, as it was raising money. It is tangible action and disruptive change that will ultimately challenge the stigma and save lives.

 

We’ve heard so many epic stories of people being inspired to reach out to others, people spotting our stickers on street posts and conversations starting around the country. This is our kaupapa. To create a safer, happier and more accessible Aotearoa for us all. Thank you for being part of Silent Fight 2021.

 

We’ll see you next year. And the year after that. Until we stop losing the people we love to suicide. 

NO SMALL TALK
DINNERS
 

CHOLE SWARBRICK FOR NBHD 2020

NO SMALL TALK 1.0
Auckland, April 2021


NO SMALL TALK 2.0
Havelock North, November 2021

NO SMALL TALK NATIONWIDE TOUR
Wellington, March 2022

Christchurch, March 2022
Dunedin, April 2022
Auckland, April 2022

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No Small Talk Dinners, to talk about Men's Mental Health. A chance for men to open up, share their struggles, connect with other males and challenge toxic masculinity. Evenings filled with meaningful conversations - as part of NBHD's pledge to change our mental health landscape in Aotearoa, forever.

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Fundraising

 

Through the sale of stickers and team fundraising initiatives, Silent Fight is raising money for I AM HOPE to support the valuable work that they do in providing youth mental health services in our communities.

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Silent Fight Stickers
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SUPPORT SCIFI

 

You can donate all year round to Neighbourhood NZ, through our support us page, and help allow us to continue to hold campaigns such as Silent Fight and give kiwis the space and the community to support their wellbeing. 

DONATE HERE

NBHD CREW FROM LEFT, MALIA, DIRECTOR MADELINE & LOUIE

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