Marketplacers Foundation

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Marketplacers Foundation exists to provide opportunities for new ventures that will help those who can't help themselves. From the poor an

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  Auckland International Development Sustainability

Through supporting and seeding new businesses, Marketplacers Foundation provides genuine support to communities. By developing sustainable, ethical economic solutions, we aim to make a long term difference in regions where the ravages of poverty have impacted everyday life for much of the populace. Through education and support we hope to see people make a better future for themselves.

Marketplacers Foundation has grown from a base that has been providing freedom through economic solutions to those trapped in poverty for more than ten years. We have been involved in transforming lives in some of the darkest corners with some of the most disenfranchised people in their society, providing dignity, hope and life.


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  • Anonymous

    Anonymous on 14 Aug 2013

    $5

    These guys are involved in some great work, love it!

    $5

  • Anonymous

    Anonymous on 14 Aug 2013

    $5

    Great organisation, keep up the good work!

    $5

  • Peter Mihaere

    Peter Mihaere on 10 Aug 2013

    $10

    Great idea... brilliant and very appropriate.

    $10


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