zero2hero Day is an annual event that provides young people with a space to communicate about mental health and reach out for support if it’s needed. The day encourages students to
for youth mental health – dress up as their favourite superhero or somebody that inspires them, stand up for themselves and their friends, and speak up about issues they are facing.
The day aims to encourage open communication and reduce the social stigma around the potential affects of mental illnesses and issues including bullying, anxiety, bipolar, personality disorders, depression and self-harm, which could lead to suicide.
Promote healthy discussion around bullying, anxiety, depression and suicide.
Reduce the stigma associated with mental illness
Empower students on how to seek export help and support
Educate students to speak up for themselves and others
Stand up for young minds