During this time of year as we join with family and friends during Christmas and New Year celebrations it is a good time to take the time to think about how you are doing or how your family and friends are doing.
2020 has been a tough year for so many of us in many regards but not least our mental health and well being.
At CSMCC we are delighted to be supported by MindfullAus and to support them in return.
A little about MindfullAus :
Mindfull Aus purpose is to encourage those in high risk areas of Australia to put wellness back in their own hands, enabling them to find their true value, self-worth, purpose and belonging, so that they not only get by and cope but live and lead healthy, happy and fulfilling lives.
Mindfull aus was founded on the premise of taking a youthful, realistic and comfortable approach to talking about mind and behavioural health and suicide prevention. With facilitations from compassionate, lived experience advocates and trained professional with inspiring journeys that both replicate wellness and a life of hope, healing and recovery we’re able to establish a connection that provides people with the courage to take acceptance and onus for their wellbeing.
The connection of lived expertise is our core strength and enables us to attract like-minded, compassionate individuals who help us build strong relationships, networks and facilitate relatable services from a place of love with hope, acceptance and recovery.
The connection between CSMCC and MindfullAus stems from one of our First XI players, Jordan Wyatt. If you didn’t already know, last year Jordan had a fundraising initiative in support of MindfullAus. This year he is doing it again and over this Christmas/New Year period it might be a good time to give a little to help a lot.
If you click on the link above it will take you to Jordans fundraising page and you can make a donation to a worthy cause. The best kind of gift that we all can do. Every little bit can help to change someone elses life.
The right choice of words at the right time, could be the change that person needs.