Faith, Hope, Love Soap Project
To reach young people and female Australians and encourage them to rise above their mental health hardship, and challenges, and bring incremental transformation towards their recovery, health and wellbeing ~ to experience best quality of life. Transforming people's lives globally, Restoring hope locally ~ one Soap at the time.
In order to rise above poverty and gender inequality, our project and product are committed to empowering women cooperative in Ubud, Bali to produce natural, handcrafted, plant-based soaps and market them in Australia. Every purchase will also proceed to help add value and dignity to Australians who experiencing mental health challenges and is admitted into public health service.
Statistics show that 2 in 5 Australians aged 16–85 had experienced a mental disorder during their lifetime, females are reported higher than males who had experienced a mental disorder, and young people age 16–24-year-olds were most likely to have experienced symptoms of a mental disorder. Five cases per a thousand population people with psychotic illness were in contact with public mental health services in a 12-month period. They need support and hope.
Faith, Hope, Love (FHL) soap will not only bring personal care to people experiencing mental illness and is admitted to public mental health services but also contribute a sense of hope, value, and dignity. These soaps are handcrafted with love and compassion by an everyday woman in Bali. They strive to rise above poverty and gender inequality through a sustainable and ethical business.