Springfield City Group tenants felt and shared the love this morning, devouring 160 cupcakes in 90 minutes in support of R U OK Day. The delicious two-dollar white raspberry and choc-mud cupcakes were a sell-out hit and came with two free cups of coffee from Lotus Café.

Springfield City Group commercial property manager Sarah Jones was behind the event at Springfield Tower this morning and said the mental health and wellbeing of tenants was something the company took very seriously.

“We put on today’s event because we want people to feel supported at work and to also highlight the importance of people reaching out to others to start a conversation,” Ms Jones said.

“It’s something very simple, but the impact of taking the time to ask somebody if they’re ok can be hugely beneficial and sometimes more than you first thought.”

R U OK Day initiatives are held at various events across the country each year, highlighting the issue of suicide and the importance of suicide prevention.All funds raised from today’s Springfield City Group R U OK Day tenant event will be donated to R U OK Foundation.

Learn the signs and how to ask so you can start a conversation that could change a life: www.ruok.org.au