Brisbane Roar proud to be partnering with The Good Human Factory   

Brisbane Roar is delighted to announce a charity partnership with The Good Human Factory after the Isuzu UTE A-League squad attended a mental health workshop last Thursday.  

The Good Human Factory was founded by professional surfer Cooper Chapman in 2020 after his sister lost friends that committed suicide in high school.  

The organisation aims to inspire communities and workshop participants to think about mental health in a different light to communicate that mental health is not a mental illness, but rather something that should be acknowledged and taken care of.  

Founder Cooper Chapman aims to provide his audiences with the tools to continually grow and improve their quality of life through science-proven skills such as mindfulness, gratitude, kindness, empathy, and taking responsibility.  

Chapman’s workshops have impacted over 20,000 students and 2000 corporates since 2020. The Good Human Factory encompasses a diverse team of ambassadors with some of the world’s best young athletes helping to spread our message.  

“So much in sport, as athletes, we let our self-worth be defined by our performance but in reality, everyone has mental health, and we need to look after ourselves,” Chapman said in his workshop.  

By partnering with The Good Human Factory, we can ensure that our athletes maintain a healthy mindset and lifestyle as they continue to play football.