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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
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.
Money Week is an action-packed week designed to get New Zealanders talking about money and getting financially Sorted.
Gambling Harm Awareness Week is the perfect time to highlight the harm that can come from gambling.
Commit a random act of kindness today - and make someone else's day a wee bit better.
Blue September is the Prostate Cancer Foundation’s annual awareness and fundraising campaign.
From the Asthma and Respiratory Foundation NZ, Breathe Better September is a national campaign to raise awareness of respiratory conditions in New Zealand.
Suicide Prevention Day promotes world-wide action to raise awareness about suicide and stop suicide deaths.
Support people who experience mental distress, while also learning how to protect your own mental wellbeing during Mental Health Awareness Week.
Health Literacy Month is a time for organisations and individuals to promote the importance of understandable health information.
As Daylight Saving starts, it's a great time to remind your people to be SunSmart.
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation is inviting all workplaces to turn Pink for a Day on any day throughout October.
World Mental Health Day is aimed at raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilising efforts in support of mental health.
Wear a pink shirt on Friday 16 October 2020 and stand together against bullying.
Get spotty in your workplace this week to highlight awareness about melanoma and the need to have regular skin checks.
Movember is a global campaign to get men talking about health issues in general, and prostate and testicular cancer in particular, run every November.
As the season of festive cheer approaches, November is a good time to remind employees about the risk of alcohol harm, including while they're at the work 'do'.
Like any health literacy topic, oral health is an ideal subject for workplace education. Use National Oral Health Day to spread the word about dental health.
A focus on diabetes awareness and prevention runs for the whole month of November, taking in World Diabetes day on November 14.
White Ribbon Day is the international day when people wear a white ribbon to show that they do not condone violence towards women.
The summer break is a great time to relax and rest up as we catch up with friends and family.
It can be easy to forget to look after ourselves as we leave our summer break behind and get back into work. Here are some ways to help your people.
Get active during the last official month of summer - see how you can encourage your people to stand up and move more.
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.
Get on your bike this February and take part in this nationwide cycling challenge.
Heart Awareness Month is an ideal time for workplaces to run events to raise money for the Heart Foundation's work and encourage their people to have their heart health checked.
World Cancer Day is observed to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment.
March is New Zealand's Kidney Health Month, timed to coincide with World Kidney Day on March 12.
Use World Water Day to promote water in your workplace - either from an environmental perspective, or to encourage your people to drink 100% water.
This is an annual international campaign to promote safe, healthy and decent work.
With World Smokefree Day at the end of the month, why not make May a smokefree month?