“More than 3,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer every year in NZ. Kiwi women need our help so we’re asking all walkers to consider fundraising to help fund research, education and support programmes. 100% of the money you fundraise will change lives!” – NZBCF, Pink Star Walk Did you know you that you can make a difference by wearing pink and taking a walk under the stars? Pink Star Walk is an annual event held nationwide in New Zealand to raise funds for research, support programmes and education to help women battling breast cancer. You can read more about uses for funds raised here. NZ Breast Cancer Foundation and Estee Lauder Companies hosted the event in such a manner where attendees can paint the town pink but also present so much compassion, support and love for those who are facing breast cancer. Over 2000 supporters brought out their infectious spirit to celebrate life whilst commemorating those who were lost fighting breast cancer.
Today we wanted to share with you something very special to us. Sharing our goodwill and supporting others that do so is an important value for us. Do you have a cause you support, non for profit projects or charities you are passionate about? Would you like to add more visibility for the cause and get the message out into social? Let us know, we can help.
Non for profits have the difficult task of sending their messaging out to their audiences. It is especially hard with social media saturated with clutter and paid advertising. Interlike allows these organisations to create meaningful relevant content that cuts through that space. Content created are instantly shared into social serving as a bridge to connect organisations that do amazing things with those that want to hear about them.
SAFE’s aim is to make significant improvements in the lives of animals by raising awareness, challenging cruel practices, changing attitudes and fostering compassion so that animals are no longer exploited or abused. SAFE is a registered, not for profit charitable organisation and is solely reliant on the goodwill of its supporters.
Dear Em was launched to bring an awareness to the unsaid side of what young women go through and to deliver the power to emancipate these young girls. It is a platform for support, a place where girls could relate to real stories and find a home for empowerment. In celebration a bunch of absolutely beautiful and inspiring women came to the Q theatre for the launch of Em. There were lots of meaningful conversations about vulnerability, empowerment, supporting each other and how we can empathise with those around us.
“88% of consumers said they were more likely to buy from a company that supports and engages in activities to improve society.” Better Business Journey, UK Small Business Consortium There are many ways you can get your organisation to be involved into a non for profit activity. Red Nose Day is one of our favourites. For one day everyone dresses in red and get a bit REDiculous to fundraise for a good cause. It is a special day run by Cure Kids where everyone can come together, have fun and make a difference for kids.