AUCKLAND, Tuesday: NZ charity the Kindness Collective has teamed up with Auckland creative digital agency Dave Clark to tackle inequality in New Zealand.
Agency principal/partner Dave Clark said: “The Kindness Collective is an inspiring non-profit organisation that connects Kiwi kids and families with the things they need, from everyday essentials to moments of joy.
“The partnership was created by UnLtd Aotearoa to help spread even more joy across Aotearoa through some exciting projects which will come to life in 2023.
Kindness Collective founder/ceo Sarah Page said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Dave Clark. Their creativity and expertise will help us reach more families and promote kindness in ways that make a big difference.”
“This is a great example of how our industry can make a positive difference by using our creativity, skills and networks for good.”
Dave Clark GM Katie Tat said: “We are excited to work with Kindness Collective to create something truly special. Sarah’s story and mahi are so inspiring, and we can’t wait to see the impact we can make together.”
“The Kindness Collective’s current initiative, The PJ Project, is in full swing and aims to provide warm winter pyjamas to kids all over New Zealand. The Dave Clark team are getting stuck in by volunteering and collecting pyjamas to ensure the project is a huge success.
“To support the Kindness Collective with The PJ Project, people donate pyjamas, make cash contributions, or volunteer their time.”
UnLtd Aotearoa GM Brendan Muller said: “This partnership is a great example of how our industry can make a positive difference in the world by using our creativity, skills and networks for good.
“We can’t wait to see the impact these amazing organisations will create together!”
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