Supporting Women's Mental Health
Did you know that 1 in 3 Australian women will experience depression or anxiety in their lifetime? Women’s mental health issues are therefore one of the more prevalent issues facing the modern woman yet are so often swept under the rug. So...
Let’s talk it out. Grab a wine, grab your girlfriends and ask “Are You Okay?”
and learn from their stories. You can read our interviews with brilliant business women about their coping techniques for stress and mental health in our IN HER BAG interviews, here.
10% of the net profit of every VESTIRSI bag sold on our website will go directly to women's mental health charities.
Because even if you don’t struggle with mental health issues, statistically, are you know a woman who does. It's close to home for most of us.
VESTIRSI donates 10% of net profit from every bag sold on our website to supporting women's mental health programs and initiatives. Our charity partners are below.
OUR CHARITY PARTNERS
Liptember is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for women's mental health, harnessing the true potential of the collective, encouraging and inspiring people to listen, share, and learn. Helping start the conversation off, by popping a little colour on; individuals are encouraged to register online and seek sponsorship from family, friends and co-workers for committing to wear the lippy throughout September. Funds raised by Liptember are donated to the Centre for Women’s Mental Health, Lifeline, Batyr, RUOK?, The Jean Hailes Foundation and The Pretty Foundation.
2020: Liptember + Red Cross
In 2020, as well as supporting Liptember, we chose to also donate to Red Cross Australia due to the catastrophic bushfires that ravaged NSW + VIC in January 2020. Through their humanitarian work, Red Cross Australia supports vulnerable women and families and is "there for people in need, no matter who you are, no matter where you live."
2021: Motherless Daughters + PANDA
Motherless Daughters Australia helps women and girls navigate the emotional distress and impact caused by losing their mothers.
PANDA aka Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia supports women, men and families across Australia affected by anxiety and depression during pregnancy and in the first year of parenthood.