A letter of Thanks – to New Zealand

Words by Daniel

A letter of Thanks – to New Zealand

You might be wondering how things have gone over the past 13 weeks. What’s awesome is that the sales results are in…after weeks of us pressing refresh on our emails 

Read More

Finding your voice

Words by Thankyou

Finding your voice

“I feel very independent and confident,” Momotaz proudly tells our team. “Through these programs, I learnt that my voice should be valued too,”

Read More

Stories from the field

Words by Kate

Stories from the field

At Thankyou, we believe every person has equal value and the right to a life free from poverty.

It is not okay that 844 million people around the world don’t have access to safe water and 2.4 billion people don’t have access to safe water!

Read More

Parbati's story

Words by Thankyou

Parbati's story

It was dusk by the time we walked back up the hill to the birthing centre that sat steadily and somewhat in solitary there. Well, a hill in my eyes, but perhaps only a speed bump in the eyes of our Nepali friends who live in a country with the world’s highest mountain.

Read More

"Anything is possible"

Words by Thankyou

"Anything is possible"

Vanuatu. A country you might immediately associate with sunshine, beach, coconuts and honeymoon couples (lots of them). It’s not surprising that I had lots of questions from my family and friends when they found out I was travelling to Vanuatu last November to visit the water, sanitation and hygiene program Thankyou’s water and body care ranges are helping to fund. 

Read More

You Don't Get To Choose Where You Are Born

Words by Daniel

You Don't Get To Choose Where You Are Born

Thankyou's co-founder and Managing Director, Daniel Flynn reflects on fatherhood, Thankyou's baby range and a recent project trip to Nepal.

Read More

Keeping Up With The Burns'

Words by Thankyou

Keeping Up With The Burns'

We caught up with Jarryd (our awesome co-founder) and Jess (part of our People & Culture team AND the person who created 3pm squat o’clock) to chat about family, adapting to change and what gets them dancing.

Read More