Good Stuff

Good Stuff Doing Good Things

Honeywrap was inspired by nature and a passion for making a difference by reducing the amount of plastic on the planet. We absolutely love using them, plus a portion of profits from this limited edition foodwrap above go towards our partner charity Sustainable Coastlines.

Nisa is an underwear label that aims to help refugee women from the bottom up. Their underwear is lovingly sewn by women from a refugee background in a sunny studio in Wellington.

TWICE is a podcast produced out of the BizDojo in Wellington that is well worth getting your headphones tuned into. It focuses on entrepreneurially-minded people striving to make society a better place for everyone and we love it!

BLUE is a cinematic song for our oceans; beautiful, intimate and grand. Fearlessly truth-telling, yet passionately hopeful. See this film and you will want to rise up with the waves.” Yep, the quote from the website says it all, this film is a MUST see. or rent on iTunes

Thankyou is a social enterprise that commits 100% of profit from their products to help end global poverty. In nine years, Thankyou has given over $5.8 million to projects in 20 countries.  Were excited to see them recently launch here in NZ.

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Good Stuff Doing Good Things

Organic Dynamic exist to offer NZ surfers environmentally friendly board options. They take 100% locally recycled EPS foam and combine it with locally grown timber to produce boards and blanks for the local surfers and shapers.

Be Human Tees have been on our to-do list for a very long time and to be honest, we've only printed the odd one or two. So it's time to see who would be keen to buy a tee and rep the Collective. Guys and girls tees are available with amazing typography by our friend Erin Ellis. Head to the link below to let us know if you are keen to get your hands on one!

Simplicity are an online, nonprofit KiwiSaver plan that only charges members what their account costs to manage, nothing more. They donate thousands to local charities and are taking a totally fresh approach to KiwiSaver, we love it!

The Saviour by HELL Pizza is NZ's healthiest pizza. Rated to a 4 star health rating, you can sit back and enjoy the gluten free sprouted seed base, avocadoes and more, knowing that you can maybe put that gym session off for one more day.

Sustainable Coastlines have opened The Flagship Education Centre in Auckland's Wynyard Quarter. The venue is available to hire for events, education and training and the best part is that it is FREE for not for profit organisations!

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Good Stuff doing good things


Yoga Rhapsody combines two of our fave things: yoga and music. Paul and Jemma host amazing public classes and generously volunteer with a number of free classes for community organisations in the Wellington area.


Defender Bags are made in New Zealand from recycled billboards. Our Collective partner charity SpinningTop has been producing the bags for over five years, with 100% of profits supporting vulnerable children in Thailand and Burma. Their shoppers and tote bags are ideal for the Sunday market and due to the vinyl billboards used, every design is unique!


Street Smart encourages audiences to look beyond the stigma of homelessness and see them for who they are – humans in need of understanding and aroha. Loading Docs plays host to a selection of awe-inspiring three minute documentaries including Street Smart, which features Regina Toto, from our partner charity DCM, sharing her story of a life on the streets.


Thunderpants have partnered with Al Brown to deliver the ultimate Kiwi classic fundraiser, the sausage sizzle … with a twist. Their Sausage Sizzle Philanthropants range will donate a portion of sales to a different charity each month. To kick things off they will be supporting Collective partner charity, Garden to Table, helping to deliver food education to schools throughout NZ.


New Zealand Coffee Roasters Guide is a new guide to coffee and the speciality roasters across NZ who roast it best. Brought to you by our friends at Neat Places, this wee guide is well worth hunting down for all you coffee lovers!


Allbirds are by far the most comfortable shoes in the world. A Kiwi innovation made from merino wool, these super simple beauties are taking the footwear world by storm. Our fave Kiwi friends Flight of the Conchords have been seen rockin’ them around the US and our One Percent Collective crew swear by them. Big thanks to the merino sheep of NZ.


Misery Guts are up to mischief again with their wonderful new range of kids patches. Sew or pin them onto clothing, shoes, hats, bags, beach towels and so much more. A great way to bring your collective rascals together.


Unf*ck The World tees are brought to you by our partner charity Nga Rangatahi Toa. These straight-up tees and more are now available through their online store, with all the profits supporting the rangatahi NRT works with.


Little Yellow Bird is an innovative social enterprise that provides uniforms to corporates wanting to demonstrate their commitment to social good by wearing ethical and organic workwear.

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Good Stuff

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Choice is a free, world-first app that shows Kiwis the real time carbon impact of the electricity we’re using. This means, for the first time, we can make a choice about when we use electricity to reduce our environmental impact.


Eat My Lunch. For every lunch purchased, Eat My Lunch also deliver another freshly made lunch to a Kiwi kid in need. While charities like Garden to Table help with the current and long term food literacy of Kiwi kids, these guys are running a wonderful social enterprise which feeds your belly and feeds hungry kids who need to eat, today! We think that’s pretty darn awesome!


FRANK Stationery creates notebooks, journals and diaries. FRANK is set up to support communities in need by donating notebooks to children in schools. For every book you buy, they give a school book to a child in need.


Do Good Jobs is about connecting great people, to do good. They connect passionate, talented people (a.k.a Do-Gooders) with work vacancies that aim to do good and create social and environmental change.


Loyal Workshop is a Kiwi-owned ethical leather company based in Kolkata, India. It exists to provide employment alternatives to fight human trafficking, and to create beautiful hand-stitched leather bags, satchels and other goods.


Garden to Table need your help! They have a new fundraising tea towel that will raise funds to help improve the food literacy of NZ children through growing, harvesting, cooking and sharing fresh, seasonal food. View the two designs at…


Almighty Juices are a proudly NZ owned and operated organic juice company. They’re on a mission to help put veggie gardens in schools and to teach kids how to cook with fresh produce. We are super excited that they donate a portion of their profits to Garden to Table and Common Unity Project in order to make this happen. Legends!


John Oliver is inspiring millions of people around the world to stand up to insane laws and actions that are being taken by those who simply don’t give a shit about others. Described by Donald Drumpf as ‘Very Boring’, John Oliver is anything but. This is a man on a mission to make the world a better place and for that, we salute you, Mr Oliver!

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Good Books is an online store that passes 100% of the e-tail profit directly to fund charitable projects in partnership with Oxfam. We love books and think that if you’re going to buy, then why not do it from a site that supports amazing international development projects? Above are a few of our most inspiring reads, some of which are available at Good Books, enjoy!


Good Stuff

Good Stuff Doing Good Things

Shapers Inc. is a global community linking the world’s finest shapers and artists together through a minimal design-led approach. They donate 1% of profits to environmental charities through One Percent Collective.

Proof Eyewear’s Skate Collection is handcrafted from Canadian maple skateboards. They also like to give back, with a portion of each purchase going to a worthy cause. Eco Guardian is the distributor in NZ, they also donate 1% of their profits monthly through One Percent Collective, legends!

Flox has teamed up with children’s charity SpinningTop and The Body Shop to create this owl decoration with all profits going to support vulnerable children in Thailand, Burma and Samoa. Just $3.50 at all The Body Shop stores.

WE’AR Yoga Clothing is crafted in an ethical, sustainable way and is deliciously light for yoga, dance practice and the beach. WE’AR also supports Yoga Education in Prisons Trust and other charities. Practical fashion with a conscience!

Sustainable Coastlines bottle.
Plastic bottles take 700 years to begin composting. These re-usable, stainless steel alternatives are most definitely a good idea, plus you’re supporting a great cause: keeping our oceans clean!

Conscious Consumers now have a ‘Generosity’ badge to add to their collection. Download their app to ensure you are supporting ethical and generous businesses in your city.

Dan Pallotta is changing the way people think about changing the world. His famous TEDtalk and books challenge how we think about charity and show us how we need to dream big.

If These Walls Could Talk. Stories about people who like to paint on walls. Watch now!

Mons Royale is merino underwear and first layer designed for the rider’s lifestyle. They use merino wool because it’s soft, warm, regulates your temperature, and doesn’t stink. We are constantly inspired by them!

A Bit Mental by Jimi Hunt. Jimi’s book, charity and life story will inspire you to get out there and live more awesome. His advice has helped One Percent Collective through the challenging times so we can honestly say, you will love it!

TOMS Shoes collaborates with the Clinton Foundation and Wildlife Conservation Society to provide financial support for programmes protecting elephants in Africa from poaching. And for every pair of TOMS bought, a pair is given to a child in need.

Gingerella by Karma Cola. Organic and fairtrade and available in many good places, including all Mexico restaurants in NZ.

Happy Money by Elizabeth Dunn and Michael Norton. “New research demonstrates spending money on others provides a bigger happiness boost than spending money on yourself.” Go be generous, be happy and read this book to learn more here…

Little Lot places wallpapers on your devices, collects the advertising revenue made and donates 75% of it to New Zealand charities. You choose which charity it goes to – and you don’t have to do a thing. Plus the wallpapers are incredibly stunning, everyone wins!