December 1, 2021
The Atrium's partnership with GoGenerosity allows their customers to pay-it-forward to enable a local people in need to come and enjoy cafe quality meals at The Atrium Cafe in Otumoetai for free. How? The Atrium pools their customers pay-it-forward donations to be able to cover the costs of providing free meals for people in need in their local community, like this elderly woman who struggles with simple daily tasks like opening cans due to her still recovering from a recent surgery for arthritis. When going through tough seasons, I think we can often underestimate how the small acts of kindness can make a big difference, and having the friendly service from Victor, Natalie and the rest of The Atrium team is enough to make anyone feel special.
At GoGenerosity, we love that our partners are able to do more than just give someone a quality meal. It's heartwarming to hear stories like this where people are getting the full restaurant experience in a season where they wouldn't usually think of spending their money on what they would consider luxury items. It's empowering to know that our little bits of generosity can be pooled together to have a positive impact on so many peoples lives. The, 10, 20 and 50 cents donations really do add up to make a big difference, so thanks to all those generous customers and team at The Atrium, your generosity is making a bit impact.
...all the 10, 20 and 50 cents really do add up to make a big difference. So thanks to all those generous customers and team at The Atrium, your generosity is making a bit impact.
Here’s how generous people just like you have made a difference to local people in need.
A mother of 7 who lost her husband just before lockdown loved being able to go out for a meal with her kids.
Check out this amazing story of strength and resilience of so many of the families doing it tough last month.
The man was very thankful and has a new sense of dignity after receiving such a great gift.
A single Mum receives meals that feed her family and bring shared joy.
A single mum and 2 women recovering from addiction got to spruce themselves up.