Our team wanted to find a way to make a significant impact on poverty by making daily generosity possible. As business owners ourselves, we’re so excited about making this happen through local businesses, their customers, charities and corporates all working together to pay it forward for a better future.
We believe we can meet so much more need if we use technology to enable scale. Imagine if generosity was just a click of a button away. Well now it is.
You'll find Rohan fishing, surfing, spending time with his family, or in one of his beautiful restaurants that he owns and operates.
When we asked him about his ‘why’ behind GoGenerosity, he said:
“The idea of GoGenerosity was sparked and came to life during our Covid-19 lockdown. I started to see that there was a real need for breaking down the barrier for everyday people giving to those who need it most. I also started to see that charities needed access to more products & resources. Now, through generous people paying it forward & smart technology, charities can get access to more resources to best help the people they support.
GoGenerosity combines two of my passions, seeing businesses succeed & being able to help people, and that’s what we’re all about."
He loves spending time with his wife Emma, hanging out with friends and family, and being out on the water surfing or sailing.
When we asked him about his ‘why’ behind GoGenerosity he said;
“GoGenerosity is more than a job; it’s a calling. There is nothing more fulfilling than being a part of meeting real needs while paving the way for a brighter future!”
He’s a lover of family, the ocean, the outdoors, and a good book or movie.
When we asked him about his 'why' behind GoGenerosity he said;
“GoGenerosity is a combination of my passion for scalable business and meeting the needs of our community. It's so awesome to see local people fed, clothed and cared for through the generosity of our local community, business and charity partners. I love that by bringing together many small acts of generosity, we can have a big impact on those in need.”