Many of the team at “The Where To” are very much involved in community activities. As we approach the season when many may not be as fortunate as us to enjoy the activities and experiences of the city like we can, we’ve compiled a list of some causes we support. It’s an opportunity for us to reflect … Continue reading Where to give back to the community?
Plant the seed of positivity and hope will bloom Too often we turn on the daily news, open a newspaper or scroll through our facebook feed, seeing stories of disaster, trauma and sadness. We need to foster more happiness, positivity and hope in our lives. Fun, lovely, optimistic, wondrous, emotive, reflective, symbolic. Flowers. They are … Continue reading Hope Blooms @ The Village Florist
Freedom Hub Café It is a place where trafficked survivors are trained, encouraged and prepared for the workforce. A place where, through one-to-one mentoring, supported learning, and practical application; survivors can learn faster than in a large group, feel valued, and trust is re-established. They have a café operating on weekends where 100% of profits … Continue reading Ethical cafes – creating meaning through your café visit
With 40.3 million victims worldwide, modern slavery is a rapid growing crime. This issue is not just statistics - they are people. People whose lives have been affected forever. It's time to do something about this. Just as Project Didi do. Project Didi are a Canberra based charity in collaboration with partner organisations in Nepal. They … Continue reading Break the Chains: Take Action on Modern Slavery with Project Didi
Camps International is an organisation running in the UK and Australia, offering ethical service programs. This social enterprise runs trips in Africa, South America and South East Asia and trips are available for schools, gap students, families and individuals. What appealed to me initially was the ethical mindset of the company. I’m extremely passionate about … Continue reading Service in action @Camps International – Camp Tsavo Kenya. Part 1
I (Sarah) took a short hiatus from eating out, drinking and blogging to train for 12 weeks in a boxing program called Corporate Fighter. I had been seeing pics and posts pop up on Instagram and Facebook for a while now about Corporate Fighter, possibly because it is the internet’s way of connecting you randomly … Continue reading Fighting for a cause @Corporate Fighter