Graham Mason, Head of Media, Communications & Government Relations, Optus Stadium

Optus Stadium’s purpose partner Happiness Co turned three year’s old last month.

They’ve been busier than ever in these tough COVID-19 times and last month (April), along with their ambassador – Australian Cricket Coach Justin Langer – launched Happiness Aid. Thanks to a substantial donation of flowers, the team at Happiness Co created a floral love heart on the Southern Oval to tell the world about their latest project and launch it to the media.

Happiness Co’s ethos was a simple one in these confronting COVID-19 times. Noting that unhappiness was increasing day by day, Happiness Aid was created to provide a light by promoting online connection, kindness and contribution to the world, ultimately making it a happier place by inspiring the people in it.

 

Happiness Co’s Founder Julian Pace said providing an ongoing freely accessible online platform and community for individuals to support their mental health during the current environment was important.

The platform is available to anyone who needs Happiness Co’s help and the aim is to be the largest ever online aid to support people.  It will offer insights from some of the best coaches, trainers, entertainers and advisors.

Already 75 Coaches, Professionals and Advisors have signed up and are ready to share their knowledge across a range of topics –  health, financial wellbeing, relationships, home-schooling and mental health just to name a few.

People will have a chance to log on for live keynote speeches and workshops, and the chance to ask presenters “anything”.

If you are interested in seeing what Happiness Co has to offer, jump to Happiness Aid   #findourhappytogether