Educating, engaging and empowering young heroes to positively manage their mental health, and support others to
do the same.
Use your superpowers to attend
one of our events, support the
cause and contribute to the
conversation around youth
There’s a role in the zero2hero mission for everyone! See how you can positively impact someone’s life.
All funds raised for zero2hero goes towards supporting our school programs and camps.
Host your own fundraiser to raise money for youth mental health.
No cape, mask or Spandex needed!
Join our list of heroic corporate partners.
Every young hero needs someone to look up to.
Get to know our story and our amazing team of heroes.
There’s a hero in every story. Here’s ours!
Meet our incredible frontline heroes.
We’re not all words! Like all heroes, we’re actions too.
Then vs now. Let’s take a trip down memory lane.
Stay up to date on our annual wins.
Tips and resources for heroes needing support.
If life is in danger, dial 000 for immediate assistance.
Information on who to reach out to for people needing help from a mental health service.
Information, tools, skills and connections to help make positive decisions about mental health and wellbeing.
With 1 in 4 young people currently dealing with mental health problems, your mental health is more important than ever.
With one in four young people currently dealing with mental health issues, zero2hero’s work is more important than ever.
Your support will ensure future generations of young West Australians have the skills to not only navigate their own mental health issues but to identify and assist others to do the same.
There’s a role in the zero2hero mission for every single person. Use your superpowers to participate in one of our programs, attend an event, contribute to the conversation, and support the cause.
The Red Cape Ball is our biggest fundraising event of the year that has solidified its place as a highlight of the Perth event calendar, empowering young people to navigate the challenges of mental health.
Swap your suits for boots and trek 135kms for youth mental health.