An exciting milestone for mental health, resilience and support for Southern Peninsula youth and families

It was my honour to help evolve the vision, strategic communications, copywriting, community consultation and engagement and media management for the Wellness Pavilion.
The Wellness Pavilion will be a place for families in our community to access support and services to bolster mental health and resilience.
This vision has been relentlessly pursued by a Steering Committee with Rosebud Secondary College and Rotary in Rosebud-Rye in direct response to community concerns and needs over the last 7 years.
I consulted with the school community to get to the heart of messages, and to develop materials to share with decision-makers and community leaders, as well as collaborate with other subcontractors.
GrenDesign were behind the branding imagery and production, and once again a delight to work with them.
This vision is supported by Chris Brayne MP, Greg Hunt MP with state and federal funding and Cr Antonella Celi of Mornington Peninsula Shire.
As well as parents, community groups and businesses who have raised money carried out community days and undertaken personal fundraising challenges. Today was a day of hope for families impacted by so many challenges.
It took several action-oriented meetings to help the vision become a reality.


From writing key documents for the community to managing Herald Sun media messages, all steps to connect the community and convey the importance of youth wellbeing services




Thanks to the Wellness Pavilion team as well for lovely feedback:


“Andrea has brought focus to our communications and guided us in ensuring we engaged the right people to add value to our campaign and understand how they can contribute.

Andrea’s enthusiasm and strong work ethic have contributed to the effective delivery of all outcomes.

Andrea spreads the communications and links to the right people who are in the position to make an impact.” 

Geoff Seletto, Rosebud Secondary College.


I’m looking forward to the Wellness Pavilion making the right impact for our communities youth too.



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