Volunteer

Join the movement to make money a force for good

Most KiwiSaver and investment funds profit from pollution and exploitation, with investments in sectors like weapons manufacturing, fossil fuel production, animal cruelty and human rights abuses. 83% of Kiwis don’t want their money in these damaging and unethical businesses and research shows that investors don’t need to sacrifice financial returns by investing ethically. Mindful Money is helping Kiwis get the information they need to switch for good. Good investment with good returns, good for people and good for our planet. 

We seek like-minded individual with specific skills to support the work we do.  Our volunteer programme provides volunteers with work experience in a defined role, with management, support, feedback and on-the-job training from highly experienced staff. Volunteers gain experience in a small, growing organisation doing exciting work. References will be provided to volunteers who perform well in their role and fulfill the agreed terms and responsibilities.

Current available roles include:

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If there is not a specific role advertised but you feel you have skills and time to offer the organisation, please email info@mindfulmoney.nz

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