Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.
It’s going to take a truly collective effort to achieve the research breakthroughs we so desperately need. We thank all of our partners who are working towards creating a life free from mental illness.
If you are interested in becoming a partner of Breakthrough Mental Health Research Foundation, please get in touch with the team and we will provide you with further information.
Little Heroes Foundation are great friends of Breakthrough and together the two foundations work collaboratively to support the research into children’s mental health, and look to give kids the best possible chance to live a life free of mental illness. They have played a significant role in the success of our joint venture ‘Big Talks For Little People’ and we will continue to work closely together.
Catapult Foundation run an annual Golf Day for Breakthrough Foundation which highlights their commitment to supporting mental health research. Furthermore, the organisation have an unwavering commitment to their employees wellbeing – this is showcased in the way they’ve put a large number of staff through the mental health first aid training program through Breakthrough.
The Bushfires hit parts of regional SA really hard and Breakthrough have been heavily involved in the recovery process in these communities. Mental Health First Aid, as well as Mental Health Awareness sessions (Mates, Meals & Mental Health) wouldn’t have been achievable without the financial support of Country PHN.
Fleurieu Milk are a community minded organisation that wants to create a healthier life for those around them. They’ve shown their commitment to Breakthrough through an annual Farm Fresh Milk campaign that see’s 50 cents from every 2L milk sold is donated to Breakthrough. Furthermore, they are heavily supportive of the community sporting space and have held mental health first aid training at their workplace in Myponga.
The ongoing support from James Thredgold to Breakthrough is significant and reflects his personal passion for improving the way mental health is dealt with both in the current environment and for generations moving forward. James supports several of Breakthrough events, often supplies premium custom jewellery for auctions, as well as hosting a annual charity golf day for Breakthrough.
SA Power Networks Employee Foundation have been consistent supporters of Breakthrough programs over several years now including our children’s mental health literacy program in schools named ‘Big Talks for Little People’. Further to this, SA Power Networks Foundation have also provided funding to Breakthrough in order to run its ‘Mates, Meals & Mental Health’ sessions that provide a relaxed setting for men to discuss mental health.