Have a read and be inspired by feature stories from our partner charities and updates from the One Percent Collective community.
Take My Hands
Meeting the Need
Kiribati is a nation of 33 islands spread over 3.5 million square kilometres of ocean. Getting medical equipment and staff to the islands can be challenging. For over two years, our partner charity, Take My Hands, has been coordinating the delivery of medical equipment to Kiribati to meet the need for improved healthcare.
Turning Frustration into Communication
Kids living with Down syndrome can experience difficulties with language development. A lack of Government support led frustrated families to start our partner charity, UpsideDowns. That changed Josh Bradley's life. Read his story.
“The Water is Rising But So Are We”
During recent extreme weather events, while the West Auckland region was still without power and fresh food was rotting in fridges and freezers, our partner charity, Fair Food, was rallying local charities to share kai at this crucial time.
The Little Miracles Trust
Making Things Easier After a Rough Start
When they get home from the Newborn Intensive Care Unit, whānau of premature and sick babies still need support. Learn about the free Developmental Support Playgroups run by our partner charity The Little Miracles Trust.
A Landmark Win for the Rainbow Community
Our partner charity, Outline Aotearoa, played a big role in law changes that will make a huge difference for rainbow communities throughout Aotearoa.
Garden to Table
Meet Nico: Environmental Changemaker
After experiencing the full circular food system in action through the school programs delivered by our partner charity, Garden to Table, Nico Tauri is on a mission to have compost bins installed in every school in New Zealand – and he has asked the new Prime Minister to help.
One Percent Collective
January 2023 Quarterly Announcement
We hope everyone had a ball over the break. We're bouncing into 2023 with collective generosity. $172,652.68 was raised by our regular givers in the last 3 months of 2022.
Everyone Deserves Opportunities
From WELLfed’s adult food education programme to a nursing degree, via kitchen hand and café manager roles, and a food truck business. Our partner charity, WELLfed, was a lifeline that offered Orion a reason for getting up in the mornings when things were at their hardest.
Digital Future Aotearoa
Reviving Devices and Dreams
One million New Zealanders are impacted by the digital divide – a gap which exists between those who have access to the internet, a device, and the skills to use them, and those who don’t or can’t. An initiative by our partner charity, Digital Future Aotearoa, is helping bridge that divide.
One Less Thing to Worry About
Twin boys, Monty and Mack, arrived 13 weeks early via emergency caesarean section, then spent 120 days in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. It was a tumultuous time for parents Heather and Matt. Volunteers from our partner charity, Bellyful, were able to make things a little easier.
One Percent Collective
10 Years of giving a %
We launched in 2012 with 6 partner charities. 10 years later there are 16 charities on board (20 when we include alumni charities) and a collective of over 700 Kiwis have raised over $3.3 million by regularly giving 1% of their income. Those dollars have made a difference to thousands of lives and the environment across Aotearoa New Zealand.
Join the Collective with your 1%
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