Igniting passion for a better self.
Originating as a clothing line, we realised our potential to be something greater.
To help shift an idea into a movement.
We can all be kings and queens in this life when we take responsibility of our attitudes and mentalities, when we step up our standards, when we build upon discipline, and be mindful that we are all in this together.
Life is short and tomorrow is not promised.
What's stopping you from living a fulfilling life?
What are you allowing to get in the way?
Living as a young adult surrounded by mental abuse, phyiscal abuse, and/or drug abuse can be traumatizing and can lead our young Australians to become homeless!
Southern Youth & Family Services (SYFS), work hard to provide support and assistance to children, young people, adults, and families who are disadvantaged, including those who are homeless, or at risk of becoming homeless, and their families.
We're all in this together, and we all need to support one another throughout the community. That's why we donate 30% of our proceeds to SYFS as our contribution to help an organisation that's providing for the disadvantaged within our community.
Suicide rates in men around Australia, and the world, are scarily increasing each year. These absolute legends at #Talk2MeBro have a passion, a mission, to change the statistics and encourage, and educate, our young men with some skills to be open to listening to their brothers tough mental battles, but also to let our men know that 'it ain't weak to speak'.
#Talk2MeBro are a non-for-profit organisation that goes around to schools and work places to talk to our students, labourers, and employees, to spread awareness of men's mental health and to break the negative stigma that makes men believe they're less of a man if they become emotional or can't handle their mental battles on their own.
100% of the proceeds generated from our #Talk2MeBro collection goes straight towards this organisation. Mental health education is highly important to implement into our men, and helping to back up this movement is an honour.