Project Lantern is a youth-led initiative on a mission to engage, enable and support young people across the globe in creating real social change. Our first project is Lantern – a podcast about young people trying to ‘change the world’ and trying to understand what that actually means.
I’m a 23 year old marketing graduate from Auckland, New Zealand.
Misfit has been a project that has evolved from my humble beginnings of brewing some questionable homebrew while at University. Graduating in late 2015, I developed the company in the first half of 2016, before getting a corporate job at New Zealand’s largest brewery. 18 months later, I decided to leave this job, jumping into Misfit Brewing Co. full time, working to release our first range of beers in late 2018.
Recently, we received an email from Joan, Joan lives in ‘Good Enough Island’, which is located east off the Mainland of PNG, in Milne Bay Province. Due to being so remote, they have nothing. The school libraries have little books which are mainly out-dated and ruined. We have made getting a container to them our next project. Although, we need help.
CREATIVE FRIENDS – We need your help! We’re wanting to fill our soon-to-be-open online store with awesome new Tee designs! Unfortunately our creative abilities doesn’t stretch much further than stick figures which is why we need you!
We are all about making the world a better place each and every day. Whether it’s as something as simple as brightening up someones day with a smile, we believe that everyone can positively impact our world.
Our goal is to put out good karma everyday – and collectively, significantly impact our world for the better. We want to do this by having a product offering that people love, that will also make a meaningful difference in the world.
Originally from New Zealand, I have spent the last three years both living and working overseas on numerous international projects and events in both the public and private sectors. I have a degree in Management and Psychology, a background in International Development and am focused on and passionate about creating a positive impact and driving social change.
The Possibility Project is about restorative justice. It’s about restoring balance between people and planet through conscious relationships. We have created a slow clothing label called slumwear108, made through practises that value dignified relationships throughout the entire supply chain. The power of restorative justice is that it aims to nurture change without judgement, punishment, fear and separation.
I fundraise for a charity I love by selling handmade quilts and baby gifts. Proceeds go to support moms and babies living in extreme poverty through Compassion Canada’s Survival Program. I focus on Nicaragua as I have seen the work there first hand. I also collaborate with another Compassion volunteer to support a project in Uganda.
Much Love Quilts’ largest event of the year is “Art In The Barn” July 14 & 15, 2018. This is a 200+ vendor market in Dorchester, Ontario, Canada. It is usually a day of great connections.
Charity Tap is a social enterprise that aims to work with hospitality businesses across Australia to help raise funds for local charity projects. From Melbourne City Mission to Kids Under Cover, Charity Tap rotates project funding on a quarterly basis in order to maximise their impact across a range of local charities. How it works is hospitality business join Charity Tap by pledging anywhere between 50c to $2 per pint / schooner / jug of beer sold. The funds get pooled together on a monthly basis then donated at the end of the quarter period.