Support Living Wage Auckland at Round the Bays

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  • 6 generous donors

Living Wage Auckland is running Round The Bays to raise money to support our growing movement!

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Living Wage Auckland is getting together to run Round the Bays and fundraise for our campaign!

Wearing our bright red Living Wage t-shirts, we'll be running or walking the 8.4 kms around Tāmaki Drive to raise for money to support our movement.

In Auckland, the Living Wage Movement has a big year ahead. The Living Wage will go out for public consultation as part of the Auckland Council's annual plan. This is a great first step, but there's a way to go to yet. We are building our campaign to make sure it gets over the line and so that workers employed by council contractors aren't left behind.

By making a donation today you will join the growing Living Wage Movement in its mission to reduce poverty and inequality in our society.

Donating to our movement means our diverse network of supporters and volunteers can have more conversations with employers about stepping up to pay a Living Wage, we can organise more communities to call on councils, central government and other employers to introduce meaningful change for their workers and the low paid contracted staff for whom they are responsible.

Your donation enable us to grow into a sustainable broad-based community alliance and will make a real difference in reducing poverty in New Zealand.

Living Wage Movement Aotearoa NZ accepts no corporate or government donations because we must be independent to advocate against growing poverty in our communities. That means we depend on supporters like you to fund our activities and the costs of building relationships and training our leaders to be successful and effective advocates of a Living Wage.

The money raised will go to Living Wage Movement Aotearoa to promote the Living Wage, support and train community leaders to build a powerful voice in their organisation, and take action to transform the lives of workers in government and businesses across NZ.

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Living Wage Aotearoa is a broad based movement, made up of faith based, union and community organisations who have come together to call on employers who can pay to lead the way in reducing poverty and inequality in New Zealand by paying the Living Wage.

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