Thankyou Payroll is honoured to work alongside a number of wonderful organisations making good things happen in Aotearoa New Zealand. Check out some of their inspiring success stories.
Simplicity manages billions of dollars of KiwiSaver and Investment Funds, for over 123,000 Kiwis – enabling and empowering them to be smarter with their money with their non-profit, low-cost business model.
“We joined Thankyou Payroll early on, because we recognised a kindred spirit in purpose and mission.” – Jane Gold, Chief Finance Officer
Doing good is part of Simplicity’s DNA. As well as investing ethically across all their funds, and donating 15% of all fees to the Simplicity Foundation, they’re always looking to make investments that deliver better social outcomes for Aotearoa New Zealand.
Find out how you can make money and do good with Simplicity over on their website.
Usedfully is leading the transformation of Aotearoa New Zealand’s clothing and textiles industry into a low carbon, circular economy.
One of their many milestones since joining Thankyou Payroll, has been creating an onshore solution for the recycling of textiles in our roading industry.
“This solution is not only improving the performance of our roads, but its creating jobs and economic opportunity onshore while also reducing waste and emissions.”
Check out their website below to become a sustainability hero just like them.
PocketSmith is paving the way for a happier society, helping thousands of people in over 190 countries around the world to achieve financial clarity and control over their money.
“In the nine years that we’ve been with Thankyou Payroll, we’ve hit many milestones and achievements. Our biggest success is the culture of individuality and inclusion that we’ve nurtured in our team over time — this is what enables us to serve our customers from all walks of life with empathy and respect. We don’t take that privilege for granted.” – Jason Leong, CEO & Co-founder
Head on over to the PocketSmith website below to find out more about the good things they’re doing.
YMCA Nelson is a not for profit organisation working to deliver their vision of “Strong Kids, Strong Families, Strong Communities” through a range of programmes and activities.
On a mission to build a better place to live for their community, their recent focus has been on supporting the young people of the Nelson/Tasman community (from the age of 3 months right through to 19 years old) with several educational programmes.
“Every day is made rewarding by the wonderful families that attend our programs and the support and encouragement that they continue to offer. That’s success to us.” – Yasna Keys, Executive Director.
To learn more about, or to get involved in, the incredible work they’re doing, head to their website.
Ngā Tangata Microfinance Trust
“Ngā Tāngata ‘for the people’ perfectly sums up what we’re about.” – Natalie Vincent, CEO
The Ngā Tangata Microfinance Trust is a non-profit organisation on a mission to strengthen New Zealanders’ financial independence by providing safe, fair, and affordable finance options.
For the past 13 years, the Ngā Tāngata Microfinance Trust has provided interest-free and fee-free loans to New Zealanders experiencing financial hardship or exclusion. Their financial mentors support this safety net by working alongside whānau to build their financial capability and improve their well-being outcomes.
To learn more about how they are changing the lives of Kiwis every day, check out their website below.
Brew Moon is a (nearly 20-year-old) craft-beer business from Amberly doing little things to make big things happen.
Brew Moon regularly supports charities with fundraising brews and local events, and places an eco-conscious lense across everything they do. Above all, they’re here to make good food and beer, and have fun doing it.
“We aspire to be a business that our community are proud of, regardless of whether they are craft beer drinkers or not.” – Oscar McCauley, Co-Director
Next time you’re passing through Amberly, why not swing past their taproom? They’re always up for a chat.
Satisfy Food Rescue
Satisfy Food Rescue is a small charity doing big things. They collect food from local businesses and redistribute it to individuals and families in need across North Canterbury – nourishing our people and our planet.
“Since joining Thankyou Payroll, we have reached the amazing benchmark of having redistributed the equivalent of over 2 million meals to our community!” – Stef Van Meer, Manager
Takitimu House was founded in 2014 out of a realisation that homelessness is more than just a housing issue – it’s a relational issue as well. On a mission to break the cycle of homelessness in Tauranga Moana, they enable ‘hard to reach’ men to experience home as a physical, emotional, psychological, and relational structure.
“If we have learnt one thing it is that the ‘cure’ for homelessness is a long term investment in the transformation of individual lives. Registering our charity with Thankyou Payroll eight years ago allowed our team to focus on growing a service dedicated to these transformations and our community.” – Annamarie, Operations Manager
Every person the Takitimu House has helped has a powerful story to tell. To read these stories yourself, or to learn more about homelessness and the service they provide, you can visit their website.
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