TELL launches new website and anti-bullying video contest
Tokyo, February 17th, 2015- TELL is excited to announce the launch of its redesigned website. The new telljp.com website is devoted to increasing awareness and understanding of mental health issues, supporting those in need in the community and promoting fund-raising events. The revamped site is designed to help TELL achieve its mission to be a leader in the community in addressing the country’s growing mental health needs and make it easier to get help and support.
The refreshed look has been developed and designed with the help of Custom Media, with unique illustrations by artist Kento Iida created especially for TELL. The streamlined platform provides a wealth of information and resources relating to mental health issues, a directory of English-speaking services in Japan, infographics and a new page about the cost of stigma in our society. The new website makes it even easier to make donations and get involved with TELL.
In line with its mission, TELL is taking a stand against bullying and launching its first Anti-Bullying Video Contest this month. Students all across Japan at junior high and high school levels are invited to create and direct their own short videos and take a stance against bullying.
The Anti-Bullying Video Contest has the aim to raise further awareness about the growing problem of bullying and youth suicide in Japan. TELL invites everyone to get involved, take a stand against bullying and make a difference in a young person’s life and the community. Contest prizes include GoPro cameras, and winners will be announced at this year’s 16th Annual Runathon held on Sunday May 17.
For more details, please visit telljp.com