One Percent Collective is NZ’s movement for a better way to donate. Join a community of people, gardeners, creatives, devs, surfers and skiers who donate their 1% to support great Kiwi-based causes in the easiest and awesomest way possible.
1,238,502 raised | 530 donors giving a % | 14 partner charities
Our Collective charities.
Here’s a taste of who you can support.
The charities you can support.
Over $1.2 million has been raised by more than 500 Collective donors
Impacting thousands of lives in New Zealand and beyond!
The Generosity Journal
The Generosity Journal is a reminder that our world has many good humans doing good things and making good stuff. It’s a beautiful little book of goodness and online stories that we publish multiple times a year to inspire generosity and keep our Collective in the loop on the impact their donations are having on the work our partner charities are doing. Have a read, pass it on, do good!
How does it work?
1. CHOOSE YOUR CHARITIES
Share 1% of your income by credit card or online banking.
2. EVERY $ TO CHARITY
Yep we take nothing, every $ you give goes to your charities.
3. SEE YOUR IMPACT
Through real human stories and Collective events.
I love the real human charity stories, not just marketing talk.
– Laura Ichim. Donor. Dentist. Doer.
Wendy Preston has always been a self-starter with the capacity to inspire people and sweep them along with her. Her life of constant creativity, strong role models, and cross-cultural experiences was a natural fit for a project that uses creativity to empower young people with refugee and migrant backgrounds to increase their confidence, self-expression and communication skills.
Growing up in South Africa gave Pip Findlay a love of nature and the environment. Later, in New Zealand, she learned of rhinos being poached to the verge of extinction and began a fundraising initiative to help. Seeing what a small group of people can accomplish together when they care about a cause now sees her making a difference in the lives of people in Malawi and Myanmar. She also makes a mean banana loaf!
Whaiora Patrick knows all too well the shame and stress of child poverty and how badly it can affect your mental health and wellbeing growing up: she’s been there. There were dark and lonely times but Whaiora survived thanks to her love of writing and desire to help others. A Future Leader with Inspiring Stories, she wants to share her experiences to show young people that it’s okay to not be okay.
For Ken Te Tau, losing a foot meant gaining a second chance at life, as his amputation opened the way to new opportunities. But Ken also helps others by giving them hope and he now sees himself as someone who weaves people together. Ken offers peer support to fellow amputees in Aotearoa and gives amputees overseas a new life by recycling prostheses for charity Take My Hands. As a cultural adviser he brings Pākehā into the Māori world, as a musician he inspires Pink Floyd fans.
Wellington’s NICU cares for more than 1000 of the hospital’s tiniest patients each year, the vast majority of whom will go home with their relieved and proud parents. Behind them are devoted nurses who have worked long hours, employing the latest technology and techniques, caring their best to give these newest of New Zealanders the greatest shot at life.
Get amongst it.
A sneaky peek into the Instagram world of One Percent Collective.
We're stoked to have friends from all walks of life donating, volunteering and supporting the 1% ethos.