A gift that keeps on giving.

THE SPECIAL GRATITUDE CERTIFICATES

This Season of Giving, we are giving our members a chance to send out a gift of gratitude that keeps on giving. Specifically, for every unique scan of the QR Code on these special Gratitude Certificates, we are creating one of these impacts:

A brick is given to build a school in Zambia.

 

A brick is given to build a school in Zambia.

 

A farmer in Kenya receives support to run a beekeeping business for a day.

 

An orphaned koala joey receives a meal.

 

HOW IT WORKS

On each of these special Gratitude Certificates, there is a unique QR Code that links to a specific project page. All you need to do is to send these certificates to your customers, your clients, your team members or even your loved ones, either through email or physically, and get them to scan the QR Code. For every unique scan recorded, we’ll add 1 giving impact to the project linked to that code.

It’s as simple as that. Log in now to create your certificates and share the joy of giving with those around you.

THE IMPACTS

Project 1:

HELP BUILD A SCHOOL IN RURAL ZAMBIA

This project gives the local communities access to new school facilities, and train 20 young people in construction skills during the build process. A high quality school with 3 classrooms will use around 8000 bricks. The environmental impact and energy costs of all building projects are carefully considered as well.

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Project 2:

HELP A FARMER RUN A BEEKEEPING BUSINESS

Running a beekeeping business can be a sustainable and ongoing way of income generation for farmers and entire families. Having a stable source of income can help not only families but also smaller communities to improve together, have access to nourishing food, a safe living environment and high-quality education for the upcoming generations to break the poverty cycle.

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Project 3:

FEED AN ORPHANED KOALA JOEY

As the weather begins to warm up, the native Australian animals begin to move. During this period, if a mother koala is hit by a car or attacked by a domestic pet, an orphaned joey is left to fend for themselves. These joeys are often brought to the Australia Zoo Wildlife Hospital for care. An orphaned koala joey will need regular milk formula every three to four hours.

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