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In 2020, 20% of Australians will experience mental illness. And with already 1 in 4 teenagers and 1 in 7 primary school children suffering this problem, we can't afford to let it get any worse.

But with help from people like you we can turn these statistics around together before this next generation of children reach adulthood.

Together, we can change this future for our children and young people. Donate $20 today to create a better 2020 for the next generation of Australians.

Here's how...

Smiling Mind is helping make our children and future generations happier and healthier through the regular practice of mindfulness. By embedding mindfulness into schools, we can help educators, parents and communities teach our children these critical skills to empower good mental health, and prevent mental illness.

A $20 donation from you today helps us reach more children and young people with mindfulness, giving them the tools they need to thrive in life.

Prevention starts today, and it starts with you. Stop tomorrow's children becoming a part of the 20%. Donate now.

 

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Here's what a donation of $27 can do...


Help provide one student with a Mindfulness Journal as a practical tool to inspire them to cultivate their own practice of mindfulness, and encourage them to reflect and debrief on their own daily experiences through the act of journaling. 

Here's what a gift of $60 can provide...


Give a whole year level the gift of a Mindfulness Curriculum, our evidence-based framework and practical resource to support educators in bringing mindfulness into their classrooms. It is based around 20 topics which have been mapped to the Australian Curriculum and supports students at primary school.

Here's what an amazing $149 can enable...


We know that every teacher within the school community can benefit from learning more about mindfulness and our online training can support the opportunity for teachers to explore mindfulness for their own wellbeing as well as understand how to introduce mindfulness to their students.