Push back on stigma, take time to really listen, learn more about mental health and suicide prevention…
For this year’s Weez Week, we encourage you to Be the One to take action to help prevent youth suicide.
The Chief Executive’s policy address fell on World Mental Health Day. That could have been an opportunity to talk openly about the problems faced by people struggling with their mental well-being, to show compassion. It could also have provided a stage to outline practical policy measures to help alleviate the endemic under provision in our […]
Calling all Young Hong Kongers! Please Let us know your views on mental health. Please pass this survey from Mind HK to as many young people as you can! Coolminds Survey
We were privileged to join the wonderful KELY Support team at the Hong Kong Blue Tie Ball on 1 September 2018. Raising awareness about mental health and helping to smash the stigma it carries, the ball raised funds for four mental health charities: our friends at KELY and Mind HK, plus Samaritan Befrienders and batyr. […]
A great day at the Yau Yee League’s charity football tournament on 26 August. Thank you for choosing the Weez Project in collaboration with KELY Support Group and your interest in improving youth mental health well-being. Thanks to the team of KELY volunteers for braving the heat and showing us juggling skills!
Darkness into Light 5km Walk Saturday 04.15am 12 May, 2018 Join the Weez Project team and walk from Darkness into Light for suicide awareness. To support the Weez Project team, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Take a glass of Soho Wine’s Pink Sheep while enjoy a mani at the Feel Good Factor spa. Pink Sheep was inspired by troubled genius Alexander McQueen and was developed to promote suicide awareness. It’s shipped to Hong Kong especially by Heidi Welsh. Our thanks to Heidi and the Feel Good Factor for hosting this […]
The Weez Project is working with Mind Hong Kong to bring world class, expert speakers and expert speakers for schools, parents and young people. Too many young lives are lost in Hong Kong and too many young people are going without the help they need in their struggles. Watch this site for more details!
We’re starting the new year with a new website. Here, we plan to keep everyone up to date with all the latest progression with the campaign and any further initiates we are working on. Please help support the campaign by sharing this website.