We are gearing up for the upcoming impactNPO hackathon this month, and is just a week away from our biggest hackathon event yet – happening on 21-23 April! This time we are collaborating with non-profit organisations from South Auckland’s One Cooperative and the Cook Islands Development Agency, and there are FIVE exciting projects for social impact that we are helping out with to improve and amplify the work they do with the Pacific Island communities in South Auckland!
If you haven’t already signed up, visit impactnpo2017april.eventbrite.co.nz to reserve your spot and be part of this amazing opportunity to make a difference!
We will also be doing some special celebrations and events to commemorate Anzac Day during the weekend. More details to be released soon, so stay tuned!
We hope you are just as excited about impactNPO April 2017 Hackathon as we are. Our team is tremendously thankful to all our supporters and community members, and we will keep striving to grow and help other impact organisations amplify their mission! We look forward to seeing you at our event!
Best wishes from the impactNPO team
And now, without further ado – let’s find out more about them and the incredible work they are doing!
oneHERITAGE is a Cultural Cooperative that is focused on acknowledging, celebrating and creating opportunities for all people and their respective cultures and traditions.
From arts & craft, to traditional and contemporary fashion, cultural shows, performance and education, oneHERITAGE creates opportunities through its showroom at the oneCOMMUNITY S.H.E.D facility based in Mangere, as well as via selected events and pop-up shop opportunities.
oneHERITAGE enable families to take control of their own future, by working with families to test, develop and market their family arts and craft businesses with the support of a Community Co-operative and it’s members.
They want to be able to show what happening in the community. Their current website needs a revamp – and they would be keen to get help to make it better. They would also like to find ways to raise awareness for their services – social media and newsletter have been considered!
oneBASKET is a Food Cooperative that takes great pride in sharing its basket of food made with love. We are more than just food, we care about the food life cycle, its origins, the preparation, the tools, the people and of course what it does for the well-being for those who partake in our food.
This Food Co-operative creates catering and hospitality experiences with a difference, through to a meals on wheels service that is about food and love, to a lunchbox from Mama that brings back good memories. Become better informed about food, health and overall well-being.
oneBASKET enable families to take control of their own future, by working with families to test, develop and market their family food businesses with the support of a Community Co-operative and it’s members.
They would like to create a website to showcase their food produce and enable eCommerce so that people can make orders online.
oneBODY is a Health & Wellness Cooperative where it believes that you genuinely have to Love Yourself. We care not so much about the body beautiful but your all-round wellness. We do this by providing lifestyle education in addition to a mixed range of individual and group fitness sessions. Our services also integrate massage therapy and a new service around gardening and food systems.
We enable families to take control of their own future, by working with families to test, develop and market their family health, fitness and wellness businesses with the support of a Community Co-operative and it’s members.
More details to follow!
The Youth Council based in South Auckland started in October 2016. They are currently growing and would like to find a way to be able to communicate to the young people that are part of the community, for instance, to inform them of events, meeting times and other youth-related matters.
Cook Islands Development Agency (CIDANZ)
CIDANZ help people connect with their heritage and identity as Cook Islanders. They believe that culture and language should be accessible to all.
Their current website is not working well, and has been down due to technical difficulties. They would like to build a new website that can showcase the content in different dialects of the Cook Islands, and build harmony and collaboration through breaking down cultural barriers. The idea is to show that even if there are different islands with different languages there should be no rivalry because they are all part of the same community.
They would also like to show the success stories of people in the community, enable people to showcase their ideas – maybe make their own version of PUP UP South (an Auckland Council project).