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About the Partners

The Mental Health Foundation is a charity organisation that works towards creating a society free from discrimination, where all people enjoy positive mental health and wellbeing.
www.mentalhealth.org.nz

The Youthline vision is to create communities, which relate to the needs of young people, respond to them, and support them to achieve their potential.
www.youthline.co.nz

Skylight is a charitable trust providing specialised grief support for New Zealand children, young people, adults and their families who are facing change, loss, trauma, and grief-whatever the cause, and whatever their age. 
www.skylight.org.nz

Curative is a creative agency that works exclusively on projects that help make the world a little bit better. Curative are pioneers of big ideas, and love the challenge of finding unique and engaging ways to tell the stories of amazing changemakers. They know how to create brands that stand out, and they know how to get people behind a cause. 
www.curative.co.nz 

innovate change is a social innovation agency that identifies and implements new and creative ways to design, deliver and review health and social care programmes and services. 
 www.innovatechange.co.nz 
 

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