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. We caught up with Mum Asha and little brother Teddy to learn more.
Since getting her hands into the kitchen and garden at school, 10-year-old Abby has been through an incredible transformation around food. We caught up with her and her awestruck mum to learn more.
SpinningTop Manager Annie shares how the year so far has been in their world, what the current political and humanitarian climate is like on the Thai/Burma border where they work, and what’s ahead for the brilliant wee charity.
Freshly back from a scoping trip to Tonga, Take My Hands’ managing trustee, Janette, is more driven than ever to support the country in delivering better healthcare. Now that many of the needs are known, they're ready to muck in.
Tihema brings her dentist skills to those who need it most as a volunteer down at DCM's Dental Service. She shares some of the recent stories from the dental chair with us, and how for some, addressing that debilitating pain is the first step that's needed on the journey to getting healthy and housed.
Sivan Nathan, a longtime One Percent donor and volunteer with partner charity Nga Rangatahi Toa, shares her experience of mucking in to work with the NRT crew through their recent Matariki photography exhibition project.
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We're stoked to have friends from all walks of life donating, volunteering and supporting the 1% ethos.