thankful for women
#Thankful4Women is a global engagement campaign to recognise and celebrate the contribution of Women and Girls in communities around the world.
Inviting us all to recognise amazing women in our life – the farm and factory workers, the stay at home care givers and the successful women we all know and admire, we will acknowledge and celebrate the valuable contribution of all women in communities across the globe.
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thankful for Puerto Rico
Struggling to recover from multiple disasters, Hurricane Maria left 3.5 million residents without electricity and communications. More than 100,000 people have been forced to flee their home. This campaign reminds the people of Puerto Rico that the world has not forgotten them, and we are indeed Thankful for Puerto Rico.
thankful for music
In conjunction with the music industry and recognising the extraordinary impact music plays in our lives, this campaign will generate much needed awareness of mental health and wellness.
Destigmatising the conversation of mental health and wellness to generate conversation and raise funds to provide support for the 1 in 4 people who will be affected by mental or neurological disorders at some point in their lives. The World Health Organisation has identified mental disorders as being among the leading causes of ill-health and disability worldwide.
thankful for pets
Recognizing the value and role that pets play in our lives, this campaign aims to rehome animals and bring attention to the millions of animals euthanized each year. Raising funds for animal welfare and placement.
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thankful for environment
If current trends continue and we fail to understand the pace of environmental change, the world’s environment will continue to decline.
Cultivating environmental gratitude can convert feelings of thankfulness into improved knowledge, to sustain motivation and effect action to protect our planet. Funds generated will help develop education and on-going sustainable programs.
thankful for farmers
“Once in your life you need a doctor, a lawyer, a policeman, but every day, three times a day, you need a farmer”
Farmers across the globe are facing unprecedented challenges; climatic conditions, reduced investment, falling commodity prices and raising tariffs and evolving consumer expectations. All of which is causing many to lose farms that have been in their families for generations. As a result, the global farming community is also facing a mental health crisis.