Published on September 1, 2019

Giant morning tea to promote positive mental health

Taking the time to ask someone if they are OK can make all the difference, and that’s why the team at Myhorizon and The Bush Pantry Cafe will be hosting a Giant Morning Tea fundraiser for RUOK Day on Thursday 12th September.

The event organized by Myhorizon CEO, Joe Gamblin is all about inspiring everyone to ask that simple but important question “Are you OK?” and start a conversation that could change a life.

“Our reason for hosting this event is a personal one, where we tragically lost one of our staff members to suicide one year ago. We want to help raise awareness of the important issue of suicide prevention, and encourage everyone in our local community to connect with the people around them and support anyone struggling”. Says Joe.

Myhorizon are passionate about helping people to feel supported and connected in the community, and invite all members of the Redlands community and beyond to come along for this special event.

“Come down to our Bush Pantry Café, dress in yellow and enjoy a morning tea, giveaways, and a good old friendly chat.” Says Joe.

“We are asking for gold coin donations and we’ll also donate our café profits on the day to this worthy cause.”

Myhorizon’s RUOK Day – 12th September 10am, 1-15A Runnymede Rd, Capalaba.

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