what is Grateful in April?

 Grateful in April is a global campaign to get people focused on feeling good about what they’ve already got in their lives. It’s amazing what can occur when you find ways to be grateful for what you have. Studies show that practicing gratitude can have many benefits including helping you sleep better, as well as improving your health and relationships.  Take a couple of minutes to see the benefits that having an attitude of gratitude can bring.

join the campaign today - it's free and always will be

Sign up to receive an email of tips and hints to your inbox for 30 days to help you develop positive-thinking habits and establish an on-going 'attitude of gratitude' in everyday life.

who is grateful?


Melina Schamroth | CEO m.a.d.woman/Founder Grateful in April

Shane Delia | Chef & Restauranteur

Jennifer Wilson | Warrior Woman

Ryan "Fitzy" Fitzgerald | Radio & TV Personality

Meshel Laurie | TV & Radio Personality

Rhys Muldoon | Actor

Don Elgin | Paralympic Medalist and Speaker

Michael "Wippa" Wipfli | Radio Announcer

Merrick Watts | Radio Announcer & Comedian

Collette Mann & Colin Lane | Actor & Comedian

Brett Kirk  | Retired Sydney Swans Football Player

Ken Gormley | Musician – Cruel Sea

Dan Sultan | Musician

Noah Gelb 


Renee Tunney

Peter Olorenshaw | Black Saturday bushfire survivor

Mike Lieberman

AJ Kulatunga | Creator – Dream, Build, Inspire, Lead!

Melissa Williscroft 

Adam Spencer | Media Personality

Jeff & Kane | Global Business Coaches

Jules Schiller | Radio & TV Personality

Kirsten | Musician – 78 Saab

Michael Cini | Musician – Money for Rope

Rebecca Derrington | Founder – SourceBottle

Julia Camm 

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Let friends, family and colleagues know about the Grateful in April project and give them the opportunity to feel great about themselves too!

give gratitude

While the Grateful in April campaign is free and always will be, please consider showing your gratitude by helping support others who are facing tough times through our social enterprise, m.a.d.woman (making a difference). m.a.d.woman provides care packs to support people facing disadvantage. You can read more at www.madwoman.com.au. We have helped nearly 400,000 people in need including women and kids fleeing domestic violence, kids in foster care, homeless youth and adults, asylum seekers, disabled and disadvantaged youth, long-term unemployed and people facing illness and more.


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