A BBQ to Remember

Isolation and social disconnection is the leading cause of anxiety and depression. Improving mental health starts with connection. Join the team at Swiss 8 to connect millions of Australians and host a backyard BBQ, beach BBQ, office BBQ, on your apartment balcony BBQ, car park BBQ, anywhere BBQ. Just make it a BBQ To Remember.

BBQs are happening around the country between 11th October – 11th November, 2021. Click here to find out more and to register your BBQ to Remember to support veterans. Ex-service organisations, like RSL sub-Branches, can partner with Swiss 8 to fundraise to support their cause.

The BBQ to Remember campaign aims to connect Defence communities with each other, veterans with local communities, unite ex-service organisations, and connect all Australians in support of a veteran-led initiative.

About Swiss 8

Swiss 8 is a digital program that teaches veterans and civilians alike how to implement 8 core principles of health and lifestyle. The research-based app is designed to reduce anxiety and help you, and your workforce, get motivated and be better at life.

The 8 Core Principles – Fitness, Nutrition, Mindfulness, Sleep, Time Management, Minimalism, Personal Growth, and Discipline. These have all been proven to reduce anxiety and increase positive outlook in their own respective studies. Swiss 8 combines these principles into a holistic model and teaches the user to incorporate them into a daily routine.

 

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