Thanks to the kindness of many, the generosity has been flowing from the legends at The Freeport with Cleaver & Co's in Mount Maunganui.
The saying goes, it takes many to feed a village and its proven to be true in this case too. Freeport's customers, their team and corporate partners S&L Land Specialists have come together to pay for 20 quality meals for Under the Stars .
You've probably heard us talk about Under the Stars a fair bit, to put it simply we love them, the work they do serving Tauranga's homeless twice a week in the Tauranga CBD is a much needed thing. The increasing number of local people who are struggling to put food on the table, can show up and receive free meals twice a week at 45 Cliff Road. Often these days, these are restaurant quality meals created by the likes of The Freeport and Clever and Co. which gives and extra sense of dignity to those there to eat.
This really sums up the beauty of GoGenerosity. You can pay-forward any chosen amount (20c, 50c or $5 it all counts) and that's then pooled with everyone else's pay-it-forward, some corporate contributions and the generosity of the business to make a huge difference to to local people in need.
Thank you to everyone who has been generous and if you want to try it out for the first time, or find other places to be generous, then check out our Business Marketplace below 👇.
Here’s how generous people just like you have made a difference to local people in need.
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