This April, our partner charity Garden to Table launch the Ten Million Meals Project. This five-year venture aims to see every primary school in New Zealand taking part in Garden to Table and have kids across the country growing, harvesting, and preparing ten million garden-inspired meals each and every year.
Do tigers eat plastic? And why does it matter that plastic bags look like Jellyfish in the water? We went out to see our partner charity Sustainable Coastlines in action at South Wairarapa school Kuranui College, as they educate kids about the little things they can do to protect our marine creatures against the dangers of plastic waste.
Back in 2016, we spoke with wee Kieran's teacher to learn how he was doing in class and the impact his speech-language therapy with our partner charity UpsideDowns was having. A couple years on, we thought we'd check in again how things are going in Kieran's world.
The Simonlehner family are one of eleven families recently taken under the wing of our partner charity UpsideDowns. Their wee boy Edi, age five, will receive funded speech language therapy for years and years to come, in part thanks to those 1% donors' who give 1% of their income. We sat down with Edi and the family to learn what that really means.
A few weeks back, Sustainable Coastlines facilitated their 500th beach clean-up to date. On the back of this impressive milestone, their Co-Founder and General Manager Camden Howitt gives us the lowdown on what that number truly means.
When Kelly saw a need in her local community and a means to help, she jumped at the chance. She's just opened the doors of Bellyful’s 19th branch on Hibiscus Coast, with hopes of providing the type of support that meant so much to her when she first became a parent herself.