Hill Street Bar Supports the Blue Tree Project this May

Hill Street Bar, Pan Pacific Perth’s signature sports bar is proud to be partnering with Blue Tree Project to raise funds and awareness for the mental health charity throughout the month of May. 

To celebrate International Burger Day on May 28, Hill Street Bar have created the perfect Pulled Pork Burger. This is no ordinary Pulled Pork Burger as it aims to spark a conversation about mental health. 

With every burger purchased, $3 will be donated to Blue Tree Project, a mental health charity that flourished from a grass-roots movement in regional Western Australia. Pan Pacific Perth will encourage guests, visitors and staff to start meaningful conversations around mental health.

Blue Tree Project’s mission is to help spark difficult conversations and break down the stigma of mental health, by giving dead trees “a blue lease on life”.

Over 900 trees have been painted blue across Australia and other parts of the world, becoming conversation starters and symbols of hope for many. The visual reminders of the blue trees, help individual’s check-in with their loved ones and mates going through a hard time, as well as using it as a way to reflect on self-health.

For more information, please visit Hill Street Bar’s website at www.panpacific.com/perth or call 9224 7773.

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Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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