We love to make stuff. It’s all about better than the last, more fun than the first and wondering what’s next. We are EightyOne, but we’re younger than we sound.
For most New Zealanders, when we need an escape we simply jump online and book a getaway. But for some of us that isn’t an option. Every night in this country, over 160 women and children are too afraid to stay at home because of family violence. Find out how we helped Women’s Refuge develop a radical new approach to fundraising.
Every child in Aotearoa New Zealand deserves to have the opportunity and support they need to live a good life. To make this a reality, big bold changes are needed. This included a big, bold refresh of the Child Poverty Monitor website and 2019 reporting collateral.
Unfortunately, mental health is a growing issue among Kiwi men, and we know that problems don’t seem quite so big if we share them.
We’ve teamed up with Movember to create a series of Team Talk Coasters that will raise money to help fund programmes aimed at tackling issues concerning men’s mental health.
Coverage of women’s sport in New Zealand is no laughing matter. We want to increase the profile of our female athletes and champion greater media coverage. If we’re serious about making change, let’s do it on a scale never seen before, like gaining the naming rights to the Basin Reserve.
An act like this requires your support, so please help us increase visibility for our women in sport and make a donation today.
We worked with WellingtonNZ (WREDA) to create a campaign centred around the thought that Wellington inspires and invigorates all those who visit, making you feel young again. It suggests that a break in the Capital may be able to reverse the aging process; something we call The Wellington Effect.
This year, we couldn’t have been prouder to have worked behind the scenes, helping Kiwibank honour two very special individuals who have selflessly given their time, vision and creativity to make a positive impact within their communities and the country as a whole.