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Tā Koha Bunch: Joe from Flo

Over the coming months as our mahi on Tā Koha continues, we’ll be profiling some of the awesome entrepreneurs who are planning to use the platform to take their business to the next level. First up is Joe Harawira, the […]

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The Wellington Resilience Fund

Wellingtonians are all too aware that we’ve grown up on a faultline, and right at the edge of an unpredictable ocean. But despite this, we’re not always good at planning for disasters. Experiences of the Christchurch earthquakes made it clear that […]

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Meet the Tā Koha Bunch

Meet the self-proclaimed “Tā Koha Bunch”! Social entrepreneurs and changemakers from across the Motu, who have chosen to be the pioneering Tā Koha campaigners. In the coming months they’ll be launching the first wave of Tā Koha crowdfunding campaigns, raising […]

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Everybody Eats

Around one third of the food we produce globally is never eaten. Instead, it ends up in landfills, where it breaks down without oxygen, releasing gases like methane that contribute to climate change. Meanwhile, all across New Zealand, Kiwis are […]

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Kaffelogic Personal Coffee Roasting System

  The secret of coffee is great beans, that have been roasted to perfection. But most beans don’t stay fresh long, which means getting freshly roasted beans to grind in your own home can be really difficult. But this is where Kaffelogic […]

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Taranaki Retreat

Last year, thanks to their crowd, Taranaki Retreat opened its doors. The suicide prevention facility provides a safe and supportive space for Kiwis dealing with suicidal thoughts; or those who have lost someone to suicide; or anyone who is feeling the […]

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The Lucy Foundation: Phase Two

Meet the Lucy Foundation, a social enterprise that empowers people with disabilities through inclusive and accessible business. Last year, the Lucy Foundation ran phase one of their Coffee Project with us, and raised over $24,000 to empower five coffee-farming families in […]

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Kai and culture: Food stories from Aotearoa

Food tells a story. And Freerange Press wants to tell the story of New Zealand’s contemporary food identity, and how it impacts our culture. Freerange Press crowdfunded with us last year to publish Don’t Dream It’s Over: Reimagining Journalism in New Zealand. […]

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The Monthly Co.

An often overlooked issue for women at risk is the lack of access they have to affordable sanitary products. But with the help of the Monthly Co, you can change all that – and get top-quality sanitary products for yourself while […]

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Tabitha Dombroski

Tabitha Dombroski has been dancing since she was 3, and has known from an early age that she wanted to be a dancer. This year, she gained the honour of being invited to continue her dance education at the prestigious John […]

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