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How your donations help

Thank you for inquiring about donating to U alright mate? Inc. 

We understand that finding and choosing an organisation to donate to can be challenging. This is why transparency is a vital part of what we do and stand for.

All donations go towards funding our programs, talks and online courses in line with our mission. 

  • Supporting Mental Health Initiatives

    Donations help fund vital mental health programs, services, and awareness campaigns that can have a real impact on individuals and communities.

  • Improving Lives

    Your donation can contribute to transforming the lives of those struggling with mental health issues. By supporting these initiatives, you are helping people lead healthier, happier lives.

  • Reducing Stigma

    Your donation can help change societal attitudes, making it easier for people to seek help and support without fear of judgment.

  • Promoting Education

    Donations can fund educational initiatives that provide individuals with the knowledge and tools to manage their mental health effectively, including strategies like goal setting, stress management, and meditation.

  • Research and Development

    A portion of donations are allocated to research and development efforts to continually improve the quality and impact of our programs and initiatives.

  • Creating a Healthier Society

    Mental health is an integral part of overall well-being. When you donate, you’re contributing to a healthier society with reduced rates of mental health issues, which can lead to a decrease in related problems like substance abuse, suicide, and crime.

Your donation to “U alright mate? Inc.” is a way to make a positive impact on individuals, communities, and society as a whole by supporting essential services, reducing stigma, promoting education, advancing research, and contributing to a healthier, more compassionate world. Your donation can help change lives and make a lasting difference.

We thank you for your support – From the entire ‘U alright mate?’ team