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Our projects
Since we launched in February 2013, All Right? has undertaken a range of projects to support Cantabrians to think about and improve their (and others!) mental health and wellbeing. We're always up for ideas too...so do get in touch with any you have!

Coping with a disaster

Going through a disaster takes a toll on all of us and coping is not always easy. Good mental health helps us carry on and deal with all that life throws at us.
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Aroha from Cantabrians

We asked Cantabrians what advice they would give to those most-affected by November's 7.8 earthquake and aftershocks. As you'd expect, they had some amazing pearls of wisdom.
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Activities for the Whānau

A set of cool activity cards to help you connect with your whānau and culture through the seasons.
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Mind Your Head

Do your thoughts help you to be at your best? Mind Your Head helps us to deal with the things we can deal with, maintain a healthy sense of perspective and savour the good things along the way.
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Hikitia Te Hā

Try this simple breathing exercise that anyone can learn.
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Let's talk about parenting

There’s no doubt that being a parent can be tough sometimes, and living in post-quake Canterbury hasn’t made things any easier!
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Are we All Right?

Check out the results of our latest research to find out how Cantabrians are doing.
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#FiveYearsOn

Encouraging Cantabrians to take a moment to think about how they’re feeling five years on.
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Resources

Find out about how to get your hands on our fantastic resources!
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All Right? app

Get a bit of All Right? every day with daily wellbeing mini-missions that will help you feel good!
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#ThatTimeYouHelped

#ThatTimeYouHelped is a way to celebrate the everyday kindness of a friend, neighbour, or the unexpected kindness of a stranger.
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The Canterbury Roller Coaster

Life's full of ups and downs.
Where are you, your friends and whanau at?
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AWA Trails Project

It's time to get those walking shoes on and discover the AWA Trails project!
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A Pack of Tiny Adventures

Our Pack of Tiny Adventures was developed to help parents to enjoy quick, fun affordable activities with their children.
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Make your own Walking Poster!

Create a poster with a starting location and times to walk to three nearby locations.
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Make your own All Right? poster

You can have your own All Right? posters for FREE!
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Make your own “Playing to our strengths” poster

Create a poster showcasing the top three strengths of people within your team, workplace or organisation.
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Checking In

The first phase of our advertising campaign that appeared around Canterbury.
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Wellbeing Tips and Tricks

Phase two asked Cantabrians to think about the last time they took action on the things that are known to improve wellbeing
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What do you think?

The third phase of our advertising campaign that appeared around Canterbury.
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Compliments

A kind word can mean the world to someone. All Right? got Cantabrians sharing the love with our compliments campaign.
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Take A Breather

This phase of the campaign encouraged people to think about the ways that they can recharge.
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Te Waioratanga

This project features portraits of kapa haka practitioners reflecting on the part that kapa haka plays in enhancing their wellbeing.
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It's all right to love your Pacific culture

All Right? is working to address wellbeing in our Pacific communities.
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Culturally And Linguistically Diverse

This project aims to support people of migrant and refugee backgrounds in Canterbury.
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The Summer Starter

We teamed up with The Press to help bring to life their huge community-focused event again for 2015.
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Local Colour

A collaboration between photographer and wee Canterbury Gem Neil Macbeth and the All Right? campaign.
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Body Festival

Since a good boogie can improve your body and your mood, All Right? teamed up with The Body Festival
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Walking Festival

All Right? sponsors an event in the Botanic Gardens as part of The Breeze Walking Festival.
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Summer of Fun

All Right? supported this series of 40 free ‘Fun Days’ put on by different community organisations, including churches and residents’ groups.
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Still Here – The Kaiapoi Portrait Project

Still Here shows candid portraits of red-zoned Kaiapoi residents at the empty or abandoned properties they once called home.
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Outrageous Burst: Superhero Surprise

International super heroes swarmed 5 wards at Christchurch Hospital surprising children and families inside.
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Outrageous Burst: BYO CSO

Our Outrageous Bursts of All Right are about sharing a little love and reminding people to look after themselves and others as our region recovers.
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Outrageous Burst: Compliment Bombing

Our Outrageous Bursts of All Right are about sharing a little love and reminding people to look after themselves and others as our region recovers.
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Outrageous Burst: The Ten Tenors

Our Outrageous Bursts of All Right are about sharing a little love and reminding people to look after themselves and others as our region recovers.
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Ladi6 discovers ChCh

All Right? showed hip-hop star Ladi 6 some of the best new spots in her hometown.
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Outrageous Burst: Bacon Bombing

Our Outrageous Bursts of All Right are about sharing a little love and reminding people to look after themselves and others as our region recovers.
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Outrageous Burst: Surprise Limo Rides

Our Outrageous Bursts of All Right are about sharing a little love and reminding people to look after themselves and others as our region recovers.
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Outrageous Burst: Flower Bombing

Our Outrageous Bursts of All Right are about sharing a little love and reminding people to look after themselves and others as our region recovers.
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Little Burst: Singing Telegrams

Bringing a little burst of All Right? to people nominated by their friends.
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Little Burst: Flowers for Teachers

All Right? loves teachers so decided to share a little love.
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Si and Gary

Find out if Si and Gary are All Right? with this series of witty but moving videos.
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Who made your 2015 a little brighter?

Send a little Christmas cheer to the people who made your 2015 great.
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#Brighter Autumn

#BrighterAutumn is about taking notice of the good things in Autumn. Post a picture of what you notice to our Facebook Page or to Instagram with the hashtag #BrighterAutumn.
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