We are delighted to announce the release of The Hope Pin, designed and hand-crafted by Studio Manager, Dat Van. Inspired by the resilient nature of the human spirit, The Hope Pin also reflects renewal and hope for the future.

10% of proceeds from The Hope Pin will be donated to Beyond Blue.

In the words of Kirsten, “The last months have highlighted for me the need for beauty in all of our lives. It can bring us comfort and joy.”

“We wanted to show our support for people living with mental health issues and decided to donate 10% of the proceeds of The Hope Pin to Beyond Blue, the mental health and suicide prevention organisation which is renowned for its hands-on care and support in our community. Their work is vital, now more than ever, during this time of COVID-19 which has affected us all.”

And, “The Hope Pin reminds me of all that is good in our world, that each day brings another chance to enjoy nature’s extraordinary magic, but that above all, each day brings new hope.”

Beyond Blue CEO Georgie Harman said many people will understandably be going through a difficult time at the moment.

“The coronavirus pandemic is affecting the mental health and wellbeing of many Australians, some for the first time,” Ms Harman said.

“Every dollar of Kozminsky Studio’s generous donation will go to the Beyond Blue Support Service, which is staffed by mental health professionals who provide free counselling, advice and referrals 24/7.”

The Hope Pin, which is available with a diamond and gold bud, or a silver bud on oxidised silver, can be purchased online now, with complimentary gift-wrapping and delivery Australia wide. 10% of proceeds will be donated to Beyond Blue.

About Beyond Blue

The Beyond Blue Support Service is available via phone 24/7 on 1300 22 4636 or via beyondblue.org.au/get-support for online chat (3PM – 12AM AEST or email responses within 24 hours).

The Coronavirus Mental Wellbeing Service is available 24/7 at coronavirus.beyondblue.org.au. Its dedicated phone line, staffed by mental health professionals briefed on the pandemic response, is now open on 1800 512 348.