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We covered an entire city in chalk messages for #WorldMentalHealthDay

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We covered an entire city in chalk messages for #WorldMentalHealthDay
The world can be a lonely place. We wanted to do something that would help make it one bit less so.

The night before Mental Health Awareness day we assembled a team of 40 people to surround people with positivity for the day. We wrote hundreds of positive messages, quotes and affirmations in chalk to remind people that no matter what negativity they’re facing there are still things to be positive about, no matter how they’re feeling they’re not alone and that we care about them even if no one seems to.

We wanted to shine a light on how you don’t need a big budget to spread a positive message while also reminding people to take care of themselves and others around them. 

It's worth noting all of these efforts were made by Zac and Jamie themselves, there were no third parties involved and this is in no way a sponsored video, we just wanted to shine a light on an important cause.

Thanks very much, follow the socials and subscribe for more videos:
Jamie - https://www.instagram.com/jamie_rawsthorne
Zac - https://www.instagram.com/zacalsop/

Credit to the cartoon video we used: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VASywEuqFd8

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