Ever wondered what a day in the life of NZ's pioneering food rescue organisation looks like? To find out, we followed a team of Kaibosh workers on a typical shift as they carried out their mission to slash food waste and feed the hungry.
As the kids at Papatoetoe West Primary set off to harvest goodies from the garden, we caught up with their teacher and principal to learn more about how Garden To Table has become the kids' favourite class of all.
Life loves to throw curveballs, but Alexis tells us the support she’s been getting from Bellyful Hamilton is a game-changer in dealing with them. She shares the story of her most recent birth, and how the kindness of friends and strangers helped her through.
This is the lucky story of how we came to meet the insanely generous Julian from 1000Minds, who came on board to build our tech systems here at One Percent, and how he earned his name The Wizard.
As a quiet kid from South Auckland who'd been kicked out of school at 15, Teina felt 'invisible' when he turned up at the Nga Rangatahi Toa door. Less than a year on, NRT founder Sarah Longbottom shares the story of the young man she sees today.
Ten-year-old Nikolai just moved to a new school, in a new town – a tough transition for anyone. Oh, and Nikolai’s got Down syndrome. His mum Jacqui shares the story, as well as how important his speech-language training has been during the move.
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