Supercheap Auto partners with Beyond Blue

Supercheap Auto will help increase awareness about mental health in a multi-year partnership with Beyond Blue that will also include vital fundraising support for Beyond Blue’s 24/7 Support Service.

Demand for mental health and wellbeing support is growing across Australia, especially since the coronavirus pandemic. Calls to Beyond Blue’s support services were 37 per cent higher in 2021, compared to the pre-pandemic year of 2019.

As part of today’s announcement, Supercheap Auto has made a $50,000 contribution to Beyond Blue’s Support Service.

Supercheap Auto will allow customers to donate to the Beyond Blue Support Service at selected stores as part of a national community program.

All funds raised by Supercheap Auto and customers will go towards the Beyond Blue Support Service, which is a free counselling, advice and referral service available to anyone in Australia via telephone 24/7, web chat and email.

To learn more about Beyond Blue, visit


Benjamin Ward

Managing Director, Supercheap Auto

Managing your mental health is a national conversation. The partnership with Beyond Blue will help Supercheap Auto strengthen the support for our team, customers and the communities we operate in.

Supercheap Auto is committed to helping Beyond Blue raise awareness about mental health, break the stigma and empower everyone to achieve their best mental health and improve wellbeing.

Patrice O’Brien

Chief Community Officer, Beyond Blue

The support of Supercheap Auto and their customers is vital, especially at a time when millions of people are experiencing the effects of the pandemic as we adapt to living with COVID.

I want to thank Supercheap Auto for this partnership and for encouraging their customers, staff and the broader community to make mental health a part of everyday conversations.

About Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to reduce the impact of anxiety, depression and suicide in Australia. The Beyond Blue Support Service is available 24/7 on 1300 224 636 or via for online chat (11am -12am AEST or email responses within 24 hours).

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

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