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A roll up your sleeves kind of love whereby help is gifted to good causes:

Recycled stationery made from Zealandia's Adshel posters and donated to help raise funds.
Gap Filler event and fundraiser titled 'Dance-o-mat'
Friends & Residents of Karori Stream volunteers planting grasses.
Visiting Zealandia Karori Sanctuary is a treat. It's also expensive to run and relies on the love of volunteers and ratepayers. We joined in by recycling their posters for free.... more >>>
It's pretty special for a photo to capture some hope and warmth for our collective future. With love from and for Christchurch, this image opens up to show how it's done... more >>>
These grasses were planted by Karori stream. A year later they were thriving ~ along with the weeds. To help out, native plants and a morning of weeding were donated... more >>>

Thank you to all the companies and individuals that made these voluntary projects possible via their orders and support.

Gratitude too, goes to Gill Fronsdal for freely providing mindfulness teachings and Dharma talks online.
Not your regular business mentor, he offers insights into how fleeting life is and how to use it wisely.

His talk titled 'Intentions' .may be on interest if also facing challenges with finding work in alignment with your values >>>