2 years ago

8 September, 2016

Quadrangle, UNSW

Organised by:
ARC - UNSW Student Life

Join UNSW Welfare Collective, Arc Wellness and the Volunteer Army this year on R U OK? Day, and together let's show people in need that they aren't alone.


- beyondblue speaker 11AM-12PM @ Design Studio, Level 5 Ainsworth Building
- R U OK? huge photo @ 1PM on Quad Lawn {free BBQ for participants}
- Postgraduate Council UNSW Board Games @ 1-5PM in Postgraduate Lounge (bitly.com/2c7m1aD)
- Speed friending & BBQ 1-230PM @ Arc Precinct
- Mental Health Workshop 130-230PM @ Quad yellow tent (get equipped with all the techniques and tools to talk to your friends and colleagues about mental health)
- Colouring In with Student Representative Council UNSW / UNSW Welfare Collective all day
- Chai Stall all day
- Conversation Corner all day
- Post-Secret all day
- Letter Writing all day
- Blitz Block Party (Free) ft Bad Decisions, cuzn, Amastro & FTS finish your day with a fun evening of music at The Whitehouse


// What is R U OK Day?
R U OK? is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2009 by Gavin Larkin, whose vision was a world where we’re all connected and are protected from suicide. Accordingly, its mission is to encourage and equip everyone to regularly and meaningfully ask “are you ok?”

// Arc Wellness
Between classes, clubs, sport, and social activities, Uni can become a lot to handle. That's where we come in, helping teach you to take care of you so that you can take care of the rest of the stuff going on in your life!
More info: http://www.arc.unsw.edu.au/wellness

// The Volunteer Army
The Volunteer Army is an Arc Volunteering and Professional Development Program that provides flexible, one-off volunteering opportunities, supporting local not-for-profit organisations. Whether you're an experienced volunteer or new to the scene, we'd love to have you join us! For more information, visit: http://thevolunteerarmy.com/

// UNSW Welfare Collective
The Welfare Collective will be working with Arc to provide different activities and initiatives during the day while providing support to the programs of the many wellbeing groups on campus.


Remember asking "R U OK?" could save a life and its OK to not be OK.