We believe that every individual can be active in caring for their own wellbeing as well as the health of their communities.
It is important to acknowledge that a universal set of essential needs underpin wellbeing. These include safe, healthy, supportive and enabling systems and environments as well as equity and human rights. It is our responsibility as an institution to provide and contribute to these environments, which will in turn contribute to our community’s physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health. Community wellbeing is the cornerstone of our work.