One Percent Collective // Episode 46
This week we're hearing all about One Percent Collective, which is a really cool New Zealand founded platform that makes it super easy to give (you guessed it!) 1% of your income to charity.
Pat, who we're talking to today, found his way to One Percent Collective (like a lot of us do!) the roundabout way, via work in photography, design, music and magazines. He was living in Burma, managing a charity at the time, and saw first hand the difference that small amounts of money can completely change people's lives who are going through a hard time.
Years later and One Percent Collective is thriving, supporting 14 New Zealand charities with over $2 million dollars of donations from their donors, and charities like KaiBosh receiving over $200,000 of donations over the years.
This really is a inspiring story of how little things can add up to something much bigger. Join me to hear all about it from Pat, as well as learning about how he balances this on top of his day job, the surprising impact of Covid on the charity, the beauty of putting yourself out there and asking for help, their plans for the future, and of of course the answer to the question on all of your lips: Britney or Christina...