on Apr 26, 18
How to use a birthday celebration to help save the whales
Kirsty Fyfe pledged her 50th birthday to support Project Jonah, which exists to respect and protect marine mammals.
Instead of gifts, 12 friends who joined Kirsty for a birthday lunch made donations at The Good Registry, and together they contributed $520.
Kirsty says she felt much happier knowing that the money her friends spent will help to do good, rather than being spent on gifts she didn’t need.View article
on Apr 05, 18
How to celebrate your birthday and raise money for Alzheimers
Instead of receiving gifts, Deb Wood chose to pledge her 60th birthday to Alzheimers NZ through The Good Registry after...View article
on Mar 26, 18
Five good tips for an eco-friendly EasterEaster can mean a mountain of waste going to landfill — but it doesn’t have to be that way. Your small changes can make a big difference! Here are a few ideas for a less wasteful Easter. View article
on Feb 22, 18
Trelise's happy birthday without gifts
Trelise Neal celebrated her 8th birthday without gifts from her friends - and couldn’t have been happier. Instead of receiving gifts for herself, Trelise decided to donate her birthday to the SPCA.View article
on Feb 20, 18
Amanda pays it forward with goodness instead of giftsAmanda Rowe says paying forward her birthday for the Neonatal Trust felt great.
“I really didn’t really need anything for my 45th birthday. I decided to use The Good Registry as a way of donating what others would spend on birthday gifts to put towards a good cause.” View article