Our first project will benefit children at Starship Hospital.
Limited Edition Designer Onesies
Our first project, onesies, are an organic everyday essential that is comfortable and soft. Even better, every purchase supports children's health.
100% of profits donated to
Do something great by helping us reach our first target. Once we do, we will announce something special.
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We are grateful
How lucky we are in New Zealand. Having the access we have to medical care and the likes of Starship, knowing that the country will take care of us should we be sick. I'm so incredibly grateful.
Juliette Hogan, Designer
Stop, take a few deep breaths and be in the moment. You cannot change what happened in the past and can never know the future. All there is is now.
Ana Macdonald, Stylist
I feel lucky to live in this country and think: I must be doing something right to live all these joys in my life. Gratitude is in every moment.
Sev Dogru, Designer
I believe it is a fundamental right for all humans to have access to the best healthcare, and we need to ensure this right doesn’t become a privilege.
Fiona Lascelles, Art Director
Being able to spend quality time together as a family is always the best.
Sue Wood, Fabric Agent
One of the specific times in my life I experienced gratitude was after my eldest daughter had minor surgery when she was 18 months old. I was so grateful to all the health care workers for their care and kindness when we were so vulnerable and afraid.
Jacqui Paterson, Pattern Maker
When you get slammed a bit, and experience loss, your awareness becomes heightened. You gain perspective on what’s important and it helps to try to stay in the positive place.
Carolyn Haslett, Photographer
I love the energy and the heart of this project. I come from a society where free healthcare is the cornerstone of society. I happily pay my taxes- they pay you back tenfold.
Didi Lagerqvist, Picture Editor
We love how the entire project is ethical, it supports and promotes makers and creatives in Aotearoa and that it’s raising money for a great cause.
Katie Graham, Digital Strategy
I often feel gratitude when I reflect on how lucky I am to have been born in New Zealand. I also feel so grateful for my amazing family and their good health.
Sophie Findlay, Designer and Film Maker
The key is to have perspective on what is truly important in life. The joy is to love what you are doing.
Jo Makie, Photographer
I’ve experienced significant deaths several times in my life so I often feel grateful just to be alive, healthy and able to enjoy another day. Life is short. We should never take it for granted.
Jessie Casson, Photographer