Welcome to Caféstudy

Caféstudy is a place where you can have your say and be heard, where your voice makes a difference. From letting brands know what you think of their products and services via invites to online surveys and forums, to engaging with fellow Caféstudy members on a diverse range of topics within ‘Café Chat’.

So pull up a chair, pour yourself a cuppa, voice your opinions and be rewarded for it.


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How does social media affect your mental health?

How many social media apps do you use? Has social media had any impact on where your mental health is at today? Has it helped you or hurt you particularly during lockdown?

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Climate change and our individual effort.

Climate change has already begun to impact our planet in more ways than we can think. Temperatures continue to rise throughout the planet and we are experiencing changes in precipitation patterns...

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Child Poverty

Children account for nearly half of the world’s extreme poor And yet over 900 million people – or 1 in 7 people – are still living in extreme poverty. 1 in 4 children are living in poverty in the...

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PAY IT FORWARD


Help Caféstudy members by responding to their questions, or ask your own in Café Chat, and you will get the chance of earning extra rewards. Caféstudy will match these and donate equally to our two chosen Australian charities.

AMCS

Australian Marine Conservation Society are an independent charity, staffed by a committed group of scientists, educators and passionate advocates who have defended Australia’s oceans for over 50 years.

Reach Out

ReachOut is the most accessed online mental health service for young people and their parents in Australia. Their trusted self-help information, peer-support program and referral tools save lives by helping young people be well and stay well. The information they offer parents makes it easier for them to help their teenagers, too.