Weez Week
17 - 22 February

Raising youth mental health awareness in Hong Kong

Weez Week

Weez Week is about reaching out to someone you know who might be suffering from mental health, or reaching out if you need help for yourself. We encourage people to TALK about their feelings, LISTEN attentively when others express their feelings, and show you CARE by doing something positive. Learn more about The Weez Wall of Hope...

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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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The Weez Project WEEZ WALL MIGUEL FINISHED

Street Artist Miguel Paints The Weez Wall

Street Artist Miguel today created his latest work – The Weez Wall – to raise awareness of youth mental health in Hong Kong. The Weez Wall is one of a series of events during Weez Week and is in collaboration with The Weez Project, HKwalls and sponsored by eicó Paints and Egg Shell Stickers. The […]

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The Weez Project WEEZ WEEK Anns Story

Ann’s Story

Weez Week is about raising youth mental health awareness in Hong Kong through a range of initiatives including The Weez Wall of Hope, sharing positive thoughts and images on social media, and dispelling myths and providing facts surrounding suicide. Ann’s story is about losing her son Jamie to suicide, knowing what she knows now, and […]

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Myths about suicide

Myths About Suicide

As part of Weez Week, The Weez Project has released some myths and facts surrounding suicide. Suicide is an emotive and divisive subject. It is also highly complex with multiple factors usually at play, e.g. biological, psychological, life experiences, relationships and more. If we are to help people cope with emotional or difficult feelings, we […]

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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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