Good vibes with St. Ali and headspace
St. Ali will host a day of good vibes from 7am to 3pm on Tuesday 23 August, celebrating its newly revamped St. Ali Canteen at 30 Collins Street, Melbourne.
All proceeds from coffee sales for the entire day will be donated to headspace, the Australian National Youth Mental Health Foundation, providing early intervention mental health services for 12 to 25-year-olds.
With centres and services across 150 metropolitan, regional and rural communities, as well as online and over the phone, headspace provides important support for young people in tough times.
The event will be a chance to try St Ali’s newest blend, Good Vibrations, and a chance to meet Richmond AFLW Captain, Katie Brennan, who will be at the café talking youth mental health (and football) from 10am to 11am.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics’ latest National Health Survey found that almost 19 per cent of Australians aged 15 to 24 experience depression. These statistics resonate deeply with St. Ali and headspace. As such, $1 from each Good Vibrations bag sold will be donated to headspace, to support the great work they do.
“We are thrilled to be collaborating with St. Ali on Good Vibrations. This initiative will help make it possible for headspace to pilot new and innovative programs that improve the mental health of young people all across Australia,” says Jason Trethowan, headspace CEO.
“Never has it been more important to support young people to live happy, healthy lives and to achieve their goals. We are very grateful to St. Ali for their support of young Australians.”
Good Vibrations is found exclusively at Coles Supermarkets in Victoria, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
For more information, visit www.headspace.org.au
Source: Bean Scene Mag