The mother of Kate Hudson posted a video on Instagram, which saw her sitting on a big white couch beside a window, wearing a black, sleeveless T-shirt with 'Spread the Love' emblazoned across it, and black leggings.
Talking to the camera, Goldie said: "Hi everybody. I want to remind us all that it is Mental Health Awareness month – very, very important now to start supporting and understand the importance of this time that we're living in.
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"Because if you have a friend, or you're aware of someone's sadness or that they are crying more than usual, these – we don't know – but [they] could be symptoms. And there you are to help if you can. I think we all need to some way be aware of our friends and the people we love."
Goldie then revealed that through her Goldie Hawn Foundation programme MindUP, she has created a charity T-shirt, which she was wearing in the video.
"Speaking of love, this T-shirt, well, the Goldie Hawn Foundation, which was created 20 years ago, basically what we're doing now is creating mental wellness for children and I just thought that 'Spread the love' was a really nice thing to say and a really important thing to remember."
Goldie has released charity T's to support her MindUP programme
Captioning the clip, Goldie said: "SPREAD THE LOVE @mindup apparel series. In honor of Mental Health Awareness month, we are reminded to make mental health a priority in our lives.
"For nearly two decades, @mindup has been supporting mental wellness for children to thrive in school and throughout their lives. We are releasing an apparel series to support the MindUP program… 100% of our proceeds will bring @MindUP to more children all over the world."
Goldie's followers praised the initiative, with one commenting: "Mental health support for our children is needed more than ever, god bless you Goldie and all the fantastic work you do for our younger generations."
Another added: "You are the coolest!! What wonderful and important work you are doing."
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