Sarah Longbottom, director of our partner charity Ngā Rangatahi Toa, shares all about her weird and wonderful upbringing, how it's shaped her work and the huge focus they put on a simple human connection.
Funnyman James Nokise breaks down what 'being real' is for us and shares all about what telling the truth is like in the world of comedy and theatre.
We asked Wellington mayor (and One Percent Collective supporter) Justin Lester and DCM director Stephanie McIntyre about common misconceptions around homelessness, what’s needed to end it, and how the average Joe can help.
Otis has Down syndrome, but since he’s been getting speech-therapy training from four months’ old and his communication skills are stellar, he’s been able to keep up. He’s able to just be Teddy’s bro.
Dr Max Berry is devoted to helping give preterm babies better outcomes. Her legion of tiny patients and their parents are right alongside her. If only the grown-ups holding the purse strings would understand…
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A sneaky peek into the Instagram world of One Percent Collective.
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“I’m a big fan of One Percent. They’re doing great work and making a real difference, so I’m stoked to be able to help them out from time to time with my drawings.”
“The Generosity Journal is such a fun medium to get the One Percent Collective’s message out there. It’s been such a pleasure to work on each issue.”
We're stoked to have friends from all walks of life donating, volunteering and supporting the 1% ethos.