Be a part. Not apart.

Finally! A simple daily routine to help us look inward and share outward. It starts with a single thought-provoking question to the whole world each day.

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How it works

The fill-in-the-blank Haloha questions are an invitation to reflect and imagine, create and contribute.

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Check in with yourself

Take a moment to reflect and fill in the blanks with a little bit of you

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Connect with another

Swap Halohas to hear and be heard, anonymously and judgment-free

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Be a part of the bigger picture

Scan the Haloha Wall for a story-portrait of what it’s like to be us

And here's a response from another real human!

An action I can take to make today better is____________

An action I can take to make today better is

The Reviews Are In!

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“An app that offers a place to reflect and connect, without the possibility of judgment or anger? Sign us up! If tech can help bring us together, create empathy and help us feel grateful and reflective, we say, yes let’s do this.”​

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About Us

Our mission is to lift us up, each of us and all of us. These days it can seem like it's "us vs. them", when really, we're all here together.

It’s empathy that binds us together, human-to-human. Compassion for ourselves and consideration for others. Daily Haloha lets us complete that all-important circuit of humanity. 

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Featured Stories

Press Releases
March 26, 2020
Daily Haloha and Peacebeam invite everyone to take part in a free, synchronized, global moment of calm and kindness every Friday at 3pm starting March 26.
Haloha Thoughts
March 31, 2020
COVID-19 has required us to keep our physical distance but it’s also connected us in new ways, and brought out our gentleness and generosity. Can we maintain our awareness of how interconnected we are?
March 9, 2020
After scrolling through your social media feeds, are you left feeling more connected? Understood? Understanding? Joyful? Or does the experience often leave you feeling more disconnected? Polarised? Confused? Divided, even? In this episode, we talk with Amy Giddon, co-founder and CEO of Daily Haloha – an application that aims to rekindle a sense of shared humanity and empathy through anonymity and curiosity.

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