WIPCE 2017 | June On Earth

By Tamoko Ormsby

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Wipce 2017 | June On Earth

Project 2017-06-04 19:28:08 +1200

Kia ora,

We are Wai and Ta. Together for 7 years, recently engaged (woop woop), from Waikato, now in Auckland. Plant-based, planet concious, very passionate about our work and we're pretty crazy motivated to do what we love - kaupapa. 

We are fundraising to attend WIPCE (World Indigenous People's Conference on Education) this July in Toronto!

This opportunity will enable us to learn more about culturally-grounded initiatives, network with indigenous leaders from around the world, and find our place on the global stage of indigenous upliftment.

WIPCE is our next big step toward being leaders for our people, creating more meaningful initiatives, being who we are and doing what we love.

BUT to get in the door WE NEED YOUR HELP!

WHY | World Indigenous People's Conference on Education

"When I was younger; playing marbles and spinning homemade beyblades; feet made for running on gravel with a voice like Elmo; the WIPCE festival came to my marae - Turangawaewae" 
- Tamoko, 11 years old

12 years later, the conference has since been to Hawaii, Peru, & Australia. Soon to be Canada, home of the First Nations People. Indigenous leaders from around the world will be sharing how they are impacting their communities and their people through initiatives, movements and education that is designed for indigenous, by indigenous. This is a week-long event that will help us grow as passionate leaders for our people and ultimately, help shape our passions into something we can pursue full-time.

To be surrounded by leaders and change-makers from around the world would be a privilege in itself. We want to be part of this, with your help we can!

To get in the door we need $1600 NZD each. We need an army of support to get us in - We hope YOU can be a part of our army!

WHAT | June On Earth - Pipiri Ki A Papatūānuku

To help fundraise for WIPCE, we have released a new initiative. We hope that this kaupapa will showcase who we are, how hard we're willing to work, what we're passionate about, and what we're capable of.

June On Earth | Pipiri Ki A Papatūānuku

Pipiri June | Close | Be Together | Lunar Month of the Māori New Year | Signifies Matariki

Papatūānuku Planet | Mother | Earth

What does this mean?
A month dedicated to raising awareness and giving back to our planet.

  1. No meat or animal products (eggs, cream, butter, even gummi lollies!)
  2. Transitioning to zero waste (being concious about what we buy and how it's packaged)
  3. Using organic/cruelty-free/natural products (made with little to no impact on our planet)

How long?
June On Earth runs from the first Monday of June (5th of June) to the first Monday of July (3rd of July). Despite finishing on 03/07, our campaign will be open until the week before WIPCE.
This is not temporary, although the campaign has an end date, living June On Earth every other month of the year will become a lifestyle change for us and our commitment to Papatūānuku.

Next year we aim to get 10,000 people on board #JOE - we hope you can be one of them! Help us get the word out - this one isn't just for us.

HOW | How your support will help us! 

Here's what the funds will cover:

  • *$3200 NZD WIPCE registration fee

  • *$250 NZD Rewards!

  • *$250 NZD PledgeMe Fees

We've covered our flights and extra activities outside of mahi and we'll be staying with a friend in Toronto (Hi Troy :). If all the stars align and we crack it, any surplus pūtea will help us with travel visas, insurance, kai and transport for the week. As the saying goes, Ahakoa he iti, he pounamu - however small, it is as precious as greenstone

   

Be a part of our journey

Follow us on our journey to WIPCE, and through our first June On Earth, at chuurJOE. All updates and insights will be loaded here if you're keen to jump on board.

All we ask for is positivity and support.

Nō reira,

If you've made it this far, thank you! We hope our journey inspires you to be fearless in the pursuit of what you are passionate about.

Check out the rewards, and if you can, make a contribution to help get us one step closer to WIPCE.

"Just remember what happens on Earth, stays on Earth" 
- Duckworth; 17 sec, DAMN 2017

 

   

About us

        

No te moana o Mōkau, No nga wai matamata o Hāparapara,
No Te Awahou o Īhenga, No Waikato Taniwharau teenei
mokopuna e waiora ai

Evaluator and tuākana helping to grow young tamāhine leaders.

Health enthusiast who loves the water, good food & music,
with a lot of time for friends & family. Work hard - Train harder.

Waimirirangi 
Koopu Stone

 

Top Strength: Restorative 

 

He Taniwha o Waikato, He Pāpaka o Rangataua,
He Kāwau o Maniapoto, He Ringawera o Turangawaewae Marae         

Engineering graduate with Auckland Council

I love food, my family, yarning, & learning new things. 
Current new thing: How to make chapatis. Success? Poor.

Tamoko
Ormsby
 

Top Strength: Positivity

Past Initiatives





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Pledgers 72

Mike Moka
2017-07-13 16:45:51 +1200

"Kia kaha korua - proud to support you both Arohanui Indigenous Growth and The Mokas "

Kloe
2017-07-13 13:35:49 +1200

"xoxo Onray & Harlyn"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-11 08:41:18 +1200

"Hauora with Wai Fundraiser Amoz, Nga, JJ, Neeks, Ellyce, Melissa, Jude"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-11 08:40:10 +1200

"Orakei Water Sports - Body Composition Tests"

Kimiora Brown
2017-07-06 13:22:31 +1200

"You two are Awesome! Love your work, best of luck. "

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-06 10:52:07 +1200

"The Makiwasa's. Ranz (Raniera Koopu)"

Trina Koroheke
2017-07-06 06:41:36 +1200

"Kia ora Ta and Wai, I love your guys determination and commitment to this awesome kaupapa, all the best! "

Wouter Woortman
2017-07-05 21:34:44 +1200

"Really cool what you guys are doing! Go get it!!! Lots of cheers from Nelson (Wouter, Kristel & Luuk)"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-05 20:49:15 +1200

"To my mokopuna on your travels. Arohanui Nana Hine xoxo"

Rachel Stone
2017-07-05 20:38:00 +1200

"Arohanui ki a korua Maamaa (Rachel Stone)"

Petiwaea Waitai
2017-07-05 20:03:56 +1200

"Good cause. Good luck guys!"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-02 15:17:42 +1200

"Papa and Shirl #36"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-02 15:17:15 +1200

"Papa and Shirl #24"

Jalieca McDonald
2017-07-01 22:58:03 +1200

"Goodluck Wai and Tā ☺️ Arohanui xx"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:20:58 +1200

"#22 Moko"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:19:58 +1200

"#21 Tyson Grootjans"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:18:36 +1200

"Ormsby Whaanau #20"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:17:15 +1200

"Te Okiwa #17 "

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:16:44 +1200

"#16 Aunty Nanaia + Uncle Gannin"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:15:47 +1200

"Mereana Hona #50"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:15:47 +1200

"Petiwaea #14"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:14:57 +1200

"Nanny Nore #49"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:14:55 +1200

"Rangitaa #13"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:14:28 +1200

"Miri Paul #12"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:14:24 +1200

"Nanny Nore #48"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:13:44 +1200

"Whiri Nakamura Mahi Kainga Putaiao #47"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:13:12 +1200

"Janei #11"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:13:06 +1200

"Aunty Rose #45"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:12:42 +1200

"Aunty Rose #44"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:12:41 +1200

"Marnz #10"

Followers 2

Followers of WIPCE 2017 | June On Earth

Wipce 2017 | June On Earth

Project 2017-06-04 19:28:08 +1200

Kia ora,

We are Wai and Ta. Together for 7 years, recently engaged (woop woop), from Waikato, now in Auckland. Plant-based, planet concious, very passionate about our work and we're pretty crazy motivated to do what we love - kaupapa. 

We are fundraising to attend WIPCE (World Indigenous People's Conference on Education) this July in Toronto!

This opportunity will enable us to learn more about culturally-grounded initiatives, network with indigenous leaders from around the world, and find our place on the global stage of indigenous upliftment.

WIPCE is our next big step toward being leaders for our people, creating more meaningful initiatives, being who we are and doing what we love.

BUT to get in the door WE NEED YOUR HELP!

WHY | World Indigenous People's Conference on Education

"When I was younger; playing marbles and spinning homemade beyblades; feet made for running on gravel with a voice like Elmo; the WIPCE festival came to my marae - Turangawaewae" 
- Tamoko, 11 years old

12 years later, the conference has since been to Hawaii, Peru, & Australia. Soon to be Canada, home of the First Nations People. Indigenous leaders from around the world will be sharing how they are impacting their communities and their people through initiatives, movements and education that is designed for indigenous, by indigenous. This is a week-long event that will help us grow as passionate leaders for our people and ultimately, help shape our passions into something we can pursue full-time.

To be surrounded by leaders and change-makers from around the world would be a privilege in itself. We want to be part of this, with your help we can!

To get in the door we need $1600 NZD each. We need an army of support to get us in - We hope YOU can be a part of our army!

WHAT | June On Earth - Pipiri Ki A Papatūānuku

To help fundraise for WIPCE, we have released a new initiative. We hope that this kaupapa will showcase who we are, how hard we're willing to work, what we're passionate about, and what we're capable of.

June On Earth | Pipiri Ki A Papatūānuku

Pipiri June | Close | Be Together | Lunar Month of the Māori New Year | Signifies Matariki

Papatūānuku Planet | Mother | Earth

What does this mean?
A month dedicated to raising awareness and giving back to our planet.

  1. No meat or animal products (eggs, cream, butter, even gummi lollies!)
  2. Transitioning to zero waste (being concious about what we buy and how it's packaged)
  3. Using organic/cruelty-free/natural products (made with little to no impact on our planet)

How long?
June On Earth runs from the first Monday of June (5th of June) to the first Monday of July (3rd of July). Despite finishing on 03/07, our campaign will be open until the week before WIPCE.
This is not temporary, although the campaign has an end date, living June On Earth every other month of the year will become a lifestyle change for us and our commitment to Papatūānuku.

Next year we aim to get 10,000 people on board #JOE - we hope you can be one of them! Help us get the word out - this one isn't just for us.

HOW | How your support will help us! 

Here's what the funds will cover:

  • *$3200 NZD WIPCE registration fee

  • *$250 NZD Rewards!

  • *$250 NZD PledgeMe Fees

We've covered our flights and extra activities outside of mahi and we'll be staying with a friend in Toronto (Hi Troy :). If all the stars align and we crack it, any surplus pūtea will help us with travel visas, insurance, kai and transport for the week. As the saying goes, Ahakoa he iti, he pounamu - however small, it is as precious as greenstone

   

Be a part of our journey

Follow us on our journey to WIPCE, and through our first June On Earth, at chuurJOE. All updates and insights will be loaded here if you're keen to jump on board.

All we ask for is positivity and support.

Nō reira,

If you've made it this far, thank you! We hope our journey inspires you to be fearless in the pursuit of what you are passionate about.

Check out the rewards, and if you can, make a contribution to help get us one step closer to WIPCE.

"Just remember what happens on Earth, stays on Earth" 
- Duckworth; 17 sec, DAMN 2017

 

   

About us

        

No te moana o Mōkau, No nga wai matamata o Hāparapara,
No Te Awahou o Īhenga, No Waikato Taniwharau teenei
mokopuna e waiora ai

Evaluator and tuākana helping to grow young tamāhine leaders.

Health enthusiast who loves the water, good food & music,
with a lot of time for friends & family. Work hard - Train harder.

Waimirirangi 
Koopu Stone

 

Top Strength: Restorative 

 

He Taniwha o Waikato, He Pāpaka o Rangataua,
He Kāwau o Maniapoto, He Ringawera o Turangawaewae Marae         

Engineering graduate with Auckland Council

I love food, my family, yarning, & learning new things. 
Current new thing: How to make chapatis. Success? Poor.

Tamoko
Ormsby
 

Top Strength: Positivity

Past Initiatives





Comments

Hey! Thanks for checking out this project.

We haven't made any updates yet, follow us if you want to be notified when we do.

Mike Moka
2017-07-13 16:45:51 +1200

"Kia kaha korua - proud to support you both Arohanui Indigenous Growth and The Mokas "

Kloe
2017-07-13 13:35:49 +1200

"xoxo Onray & Harlyn"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-11 08:41:18 +1200

"Hauora with Wai Fundraiser Amoz, Nga, JJ, Neeks, Ellyce, Melissa, Jude"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-11 08:40:10 +1200

"Orakei Water Sports - Body Composition Tests"

Kimiora Brown
2017-07-06 13:22:31 +1200

"You two are Awesome! Love your work, best of luck. "

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-06 10:52:07 +1200

"The Makiwasa's. Ranz (Raniera Koopu)"

Trina Koroheke
2017-07-06 06:41:36 +1200

"Kia ora Ta and Wai, I love your guys determination and commitment to this awesome kaupapa, all the best! "

Wouter Woortman
2017-07-05 21:34:44 +1200

"Really cool what you guys are doing! Go get it!!! Lots of cheers from Nelson (Wouter, Kristel & Luuk)"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-05 20:49:15 +1200

"To my mokopuna on your travels. Arohanui Nana Hine xoxo"

Rachel Stone
2017-07-05 20:38:00 +1200

"Arohanui ki a korua Maamaa (Rachel Stone)"

Petiwaea Waitai
2017-07-05 20:03:56 +1200

"Good cause. Good luck guys!"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-02 15:17:42 +1200

"Papa and Shirl #36"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-02 15:17:15 +1200

"Papa and Shirl #24"

Jalieca McDonald
2017-07-01 22:58:03 +1200

"Goodluck Wai and Tā ☺️ Arohanui xx"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:20:58 +1200

"#22 Moko"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:19:58 +1200

"#21 Tyson Grootjans"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:18:36 +1200

"Ormsby Whaanau #20"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:17:15 +1200

"Te Okiwa #17 "

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:16:44 +1200

"#16 Aunty Nanaia + Uncle Gannin"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:15:47 +1200

"Mereana Hona #50"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:15:47 +1200

"Petiwaea #14"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:14:57 +1200

"Nanny Nore #49"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:14:55 +1200

"Rangitaa #13"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:14:28 +1200

"Miri Paul #12"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:14:24 +1200

"Nanny Nore #48"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:13:44 +1200

"Whiri Nakamura Mahi Kainga Putaiao #47"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:13:12 +1200

"Janei #11"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:13:06 +1200

"Aunty Rose #45"

Waimirirangi Stone
2017-07-01 17:12:42 +1200

"Aunty Rose #44"

Tamoko Ormsby
2017-07-01 17:12:41 +1200

"Marnz #10"

Followers of WIPCE 2017 | June On Earth

This campaign was successful and got its funding on 14/07/2017 at 12:00 AM.