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At Love Is The Answer, our top priority is to achieve results. We know that our success depends on the quality of our client work, content, campaigns and partnerships.

Our approach is to build strategic partnerships and networks of like minded individuals. We do this through our resources and promoting programs that will help advance our work which highlights that Love Is The Answer. We believe this will help make this world a better place for our children.

Learn more about the causes we’re passionate about and get in touch with us to see how you can get involved or how we can help.

Our Causes - Information: Programs


Kabel's experience of Mental Health

While this page will grow significantly in time to include many parts of Mental Health and where to go to seek help, it initial starts with Kabel journey through mental health issues with Depression, ANxiety and PTSD. Kabel recorded his first video with the hope of just changing things for one person, if it helped more than that then it was a bonus. Over the last 4 years Kabel has posted many videos, done many talks and had many private conversations that has proved that sharing his story has helped more than just one person. We hope you find something useful in these stories.

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Making a Difference - Christine Mastello (Hero)


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Tackling the Issue - Grace Tame (Hero)

Grace Tame is an outspoken advocate for survivors of sexual assault, particularly those who were abused in institutional settings.

From age 15, Grace was groomed and raped by her 58-year-old maths teacher, who was found guilty and jailed for his crimes. However, under Tasmania’s sexual-assault victim gag laws, Grace couldn’t legally speak out about her experience – despite the perpetrator and media being free to do so.

Grace has demonstrated extraordinary courage – using her voice to push for legal reform and raise public awareness about the impacts of sexual violence.

She is a regular guest speaker for high-profile events and television programs and uses her media profile to advocate for other vulnerable groups in the community.

Grace is also the 2021 Australian Of The Year

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