OK lads—anyone looking for street wear with an edge? Look no further than Crate Clothing at 182 Maunganui Road in Mount Maunganui! They also have a store in Hamilton if you are based in the Waikato. Crate Clothing has developed their own line of apparel with “influences and inspirations … drawn from music, pop culture, society and fashion.” If you like to make a statement—a fashion one that is—check out their range next time you are passing. Recently, Crate Clothing and their generous customers paid-it-forward a $500 clothing voucher to Live For More.
Live For More wants to guide and encourage young people so that they know there is more to live for. Their aim is to “empower rangatahi/young people to find freedom from their troubled pasts and be inspired to live positive and fulfilling lives,” and they do this through their surf therapy programmes at Mount Maunganui. The folk at Live For More don’t just ride the waves; they build up a sense of community and focus as well as physical challenges so that these young ones do have a chance to live for more in their lives. The Mount is a great place to develop these life and surfing skills.
Live For More was stoked to receive the Crate Clothing voucher, which has already been redeemed.
Lily from Live For More said: “That's incredible!! Thanks so much guys. This is such a blessing! I just redeemed the voucher now. Thanks again! I know our boys are going to be so blessed by these."
We here at GoGenerosity really go for companies like Crate that take action to help those in need, but also for the volunteers at Live For More who do the same. We can all do our little bit by paying-it-forward to help meet a need in our community.
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