Not Alone Day
MENTAL health awareness is a cause close to former West Coast Eagles player Chad Morrison and wife Natalie.
Having both been affected by mental illness – Chad by depression and Natalie by anxiety – they launched a campaign last year to normalise conversations around the disorder.
The duo, who run ath-leisure label Acron Threads in Hillarys, created the Not Alone drive, which uses fundraising Tshirts as a “recognised sign of support for mental health”.
“We believe the more people see them, the more aware they will become and therefore the more mental health will become a ‘normal’ and accepted subject,” Ms Morrison said.
In light of Mental Health Week, the pair has teamed up with Hillarys cafe Lot One Kitchen to hold a Not Alone day on Saturday.