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The Rubbish Trip

Closed Cause page created in the Environment category by Hannah Blumhardt

  • $2,435.00 donated
  • 23 generous donors

Help two No-Waste Nomads tour the South Island to share their presentation about how and why individuals can reduce their household rubbish!

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Hannah Blumhardt and Liam Prince are the No-Waste Nomads behind The Rubbish Trip - a roaming zero waste roadshow delivering FREE talks to schools, businesses and communities about the hows and whys of reducing household rubbish. Our talks are based on our own experience of living, since the beginning of 2015, with no rubbish bin.

After completing 6 months touring the North Island, we are now touring the South Island, delivering our free talks and creating regional zero waste shopping guides to help individuals find low-waste options in their communities (alongside other resources, all of which we share on our website). So far we have had a really positive reception around the country. We've already delivered over 100 presentations, in over 9 regions, to about 6000 people!

We've been running the South Island leg of The Rubbish Trip off the funds raised from a previous crowdfund (a budget of $20 a day for 6 months). Unfortunately, we only managed to raise half of the requisite funds, which will only keep us going until mid-April. So, we've decided to launch this cause page to hopefully tide us over until July.

If you are passionate about waste reduction and believe in spreading awareness and education about how and why New Zealanders can reduce their waste footprint, please consider chipping in to help us continue this mahi and to help keep our workshops and presentations free for everyone.

We are committed to offering our workshops and presentations for FREE, to keep access as open as possible.

The funds we raise will go towards the kai offered at our talks, materials needed to run workshops, our transport, and our personal living costs.

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Hannah Blumhardt

Individual
Wellington

Hannah Blumhardt has been living zero waste since the beginning of 2015 with her partner, Liam Prince.

Together they run workshops and presentations with communities, schools, businesses and households about how to reduce rubbish, and why it's important.

Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Hannah Blumhardt.

  • $2,435.00 donated
  • 23 generous donors

$2,435 donated

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This cause page was created on 16 Feb 2018 and closed at 23:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 01 Jun 2018.

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