What's coming up?
Use our events calendar to help your wellbeing planning
There's a lot going on in the world of wellbeing. Choose from the events listed below to see what you could do in your workplace.See monthly feature
Men’s Health Month is a great time to encourage men to start talking about their health – a simple thing that could save hundreds of lives every year.
Bowel Cancer Awareness Month encourages New Zealanders to have that awkward conversation about our country's most common cancer.
Ways you can encourage your people to get out and move more, even through the depths of winter.
Find ways to help your people stay mentally well in the middle of winter - perhaps including giving up alcohol for Dry July.
Check out our Sit Less, Move More resources, including our Sit Less Move More campaign, our Stair Challenge to ‘climb’ iconic New Zealand landmarks, and various colourful posters to get people moving, even during the winter months.
The Aotearoa New Zealand Breastfeeding Week is part of a global event celebrating breastfeeding.
From the Asthma Foundation, Breathe Better September is a national campaign to raise awareness of respiratory conditions in New Zealand.
Gambling Harm Awareness Week is the perfect time to highlight the harm that can come from gambling.
Stroke Week is an opportunity to teach your people to recognise if someone is having a stroke - their ability to do so could save a life.
As Daylight Saving starts, it's a great time to remind your people to be SunSmart.
Health Literacy Month is a time for organisations and individuals to promote the importance of understandable health information.
As part of Breast Cancer month, the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is inviting all workplaces to turn Pink for a Day on any day throughout October.
Support people who experience mental distress, while also learning how to protect your own mental wellbeing during Mental Health Awareness Week.
The Cancer Society's Relay for Life gives everyone a chance to celebrate cancer survivors and carers, remember loved ones lost to cancer, and fight back by raising awareness and funds.