36 days ago

Research

Jacqui from Blockhouse Bay

Hi Neighbours! I support a charity which is evaluating their digital marketing. To do this they'd like more people to complete a brief survey. There are three questions to answer and you're entered in the draw to win a Fiskars PowerGear Bypass X Pruners worth $46.
It will take less than a minute but your participation will make the world of difference to us... Hope you can help and feel free to share this with friends.
Here's the link: forms.gle...

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8 hours ago

Change one young life today

Variety – the Children’s Charity

Every day, in neighbourhoods across New Zealand, 1 in 5 Kiwi kids are missing out on the essentials and opportunities they need to thrive.

Hundreds of children are waiting to be connected with a sponsor. For just $50 a month, you can make a meaningful difference by giving a child access to essentials like clothing, bedding, shoes and stationery, as well as the opportunity to attend school trips. Become a Kiwi Kid Sponsor and change a child's life today.
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8 hours ago

Help your donations go further!

Supergenerous

Kia ora! G here from Team Supergenerous, a Kiwi social enterprise helping to make your donations to charitable organisations go a little bit further.

Did you know that nearly $250 million of donation rebates go unclaimed every year? Imagine the good some of that money could do in our local community? That's why we exist, to make the rebate claiming process easy and help you regift donation rebates to your favourite charities and schools.

All you have to do is sign up and tell us who you've donated to over the past four years. We then gather the receipts, lodge them with the IRD, manage the claims process and regift your rebates to the charitable organisations you care about.

Here's a bit more about us, otherwise we hope you'll join us on our mission to Help Good Go Further!

Guillaume Dehan
Founder, Supergenerous
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12 days ago

Lack of cooperation by positive COVID case …

Markus from Green Bay

I would argue that if someone is withholding information or is outright refusing to help contain the spread of the infection that they can be held liable for part of the ensuing economic cost.

I guess that would solve the problem …

Any other suggestions?