114 days ago

Paying it forward

Jody from Te Awamutu

In the spirit of paying it forward, Stuff is giving each of its employees across New Zealand $100 to spend at their favourite local business. It’s a treat to combat the lockdown glums, with the added benefit of helping small businesses across the motu get back on their feet after the recent level 4 lockdown. We’d love to see other businesses in a position to help do the same!

You can also support your favourite spots with a post on Neighbourly’s Local Likes page. There are prizes up for grabs, so get sharing with your community and let’s rally behind our very important small businesses.
www.neighbourly.co.nz...



#payitforward #locallikes #neighbourly

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