The Weez Project

Promoting youth mental health well-being

The Weez Project was set up in memory of Jamie Bruno

We are a community group that is working to increase awareness of youth mental health issues and campaigning to prevent youth suicide.

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How We Work

We are collaborating with and raising funds for specialist youth and mental health organisations who have the expertise to deliver practical, relevant programmes and information for Hong Kong’s youth and to provide accessible, expert resources to help young people and the adults around them.

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News & Updates

Read about our latest articles, fundraising activities and other events.

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Weez Project Hong Kong

Message of Hope from Darkness into Light Walk

Finishing the Darkness into Light walk and watching dawn break over Hong Kong brought hope that we can and must do more to prevent suicide and self harm among Hong Kong’s young people and remove the stigma around mental ill health.

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Kids Need More Time and Guidance from Adults

Kids Need More Time and Guidance from Adults

Interesting article https://www.theguardian.com/society/2019/apr/27/technology-threatens-child-development-psychology-expert-warns?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other Interesting research on child development. Kids need more non-judgemental time with adults. Technology can get in the way of child/parent time.

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Reflection, Renewal and Hope

🐥 Easter means different things to different people. From the Weez Project in Hong Kong, we’re seeing it as time for reflection,renewal and hope.  I can’t help but REFLECT on why so many young people continue to be affected by serious emotional issues that impinge on their lives. The Samaritans In Hong Kong estimate that […]

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How can I help?

Donate to the Weez Project or get involved by organising your own fund-raising event or challenge.
We welcome all ideas to support the project.

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