Archibalds have joined forces with Sir John Kirwan to help transform the lives of young New Zealanders through mental health education.
Archibalds and Land Rover have joined forces with All Blacks legend Sir John Kirwan to help transform the lives of young New Zealanders through mental health education.
At the end of our fundraising period, one lucky couple will be heading away for a luxury getaway with the use of a new Land Rover thanks to Archibalds and PurePods. Be sure to share your details so you can hear more from us.
Sir John Kirwan's vision is to educate every child, every day about mental health. His vision is Mitey.
Mitey is transforming the lives of young New Zealanders by delivering a NZ designed, research driven approach to mental health education for children aged 5-13 years. Mitey takes a school wide approach to mental health education with every part of the Mitey journey bringing teachers, staff and communities around one common goal, mentally thriving children.
Why Mitey - because research tells us if we don’t tackle mental health early, then we risk failing the next generation at the start of their lives. Primary and intermediate school is a critical time to equip children with the knowledge and skills they need to recognise and respond to mental health issues both in themselves and others before they enter the intense time of teenage years.