Leo Club's Mental Health Awareness Project
Sometimes, it's okay to not be okay, and World Mental Health Day is here to remind us of that.
World Mental Health Day began as an initiative to raise awareness around mental health issues, to support those who struggle with mental illnesses, and to advocate for better resources for those affected by mental health issues.
The BAC LEO Club wanted to do their part in making sure that people on and around campus felt loved and supported.
In an effort to cheer students from the different colleges under BAC Education and staff alike, the Leos offered free snacks and gifts outside BACteria, the cafeteria at the PJ campus on 20th October 2022. The Leos prepared baskets filled with comforting food, and sticky notes with encouraging messages on them. Some members of the LEO Club remained on standby, to prepare more food and notes as the day went on.
Another gesture that the Leos had prepared, as part of their baskets, was a Mental Health booklet filled with infographics, statistics, and details of each Mental Health Disorder. This was a great idea on their part to spread awareness about mental health issues, and to potentially validate the unseen struggles that some people might be going through.