The Butterfly Effect project sees artists and support services join together to raise awareness about mental health

Ruby Pascoe
By Ruby Pascoe
Updated November 25 2021 - 5:58am, first published November 23 2021 - 6:00am
Raising awareness: Lifeline Mid Coast suicide prevention and postvention manager Kelly Saidey, founder of Butterflies for Mental Health, Ashley Whittington, Lifeline Mid Coast public relations and marketing coordinator Lisa Willows and The Westport Club's community and sport manager Jenny Edmunds.

NINE artists, nine colours and nine services to represent the nine lives lost to suicide in Australia each day.

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Ruby Pascoe

Ruby Pascoe

Senior Journalist

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