One Percent Collective is NZ’s movement for a better way to donate. Join a community of people, gardeners, creatives, skiers, dentists and bingo players who donate their 1% to support great Kiwi-based causes in the easiest and awesomest way possible.
$960,052 raised | 487 donors giving a % | 11 partner charities
Our Collective charities.
Here’s a taste of who you can support.
The charities you can support.
Over $960,000 has been raised by more than 480 Collective donors
Impacting thousands of lives in New Zealand and beyond!
For people who give a %
We set out in 2012 to evolve the regular giving experience into something better and grow a movement. Now with over $960,000 dollars raised and thousands of lives positively impacted as a result of these donations, we’re ready to supercharge the Collective and aim for 1,000 members by the end of 2018. But we believe that’s just the beginning. Will you join and be a part of those first 1,000 people to give a %?
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 marketing bull$h!#
– Laura Ichim. Donor. Dentist. Doer.
Pregnancy isn’t always a walk in the park; in fact, it can feel more like a slog through a warm jungle. We chatted to Kimberly about the challenges she faced during the nine months before her daughter arrived and how Bellyful helped take some weight when she and her partner needed it the most.
The most dangerous thing in the Solomon Islands these days isn’t a rebel alliance; it’s a sugar-heavy diet. We talk to Janette Searle about the very real dangers of the Solomon’s diabetes epidemic and how our partner charity Take My Hands are fighting hard to keep patients well cared for.
“My life’s work is young people,” says Huia O’Sullivan. “They are what blow my hair back.” After two years at Ngā Rangatahi Toa, Huia has stepped into the role of Executive Director. We chatted to Huia about her new role, her lifelong commitment to youth development and the importance of having a kick-ass team behind you.
We had a Wellington-to-the-Burmese-jungle Messenger conversation with 28-year-old Kunu, to learn how our 1% donations to SpinningTop help bring education and opportunities to the children in her village. In a country with minimal government support, Kunu can make a little go a very long way.
Te Hāpai is just one part of the incredible work DCM gets up to in central Wellington. For those who have been sleeping rough on these cold winter's nights, it's an essential part of their morning routine. Here's an insight into what life at Te Hāpai looks like.
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.