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Let's MOVE New Zealand!

Project 2014-11-25 10:44:57 +1300

Let's Move New Zealand!

 

I have spent my life either rehabbing from injury or helping others as a Physio rehab theirs. It's all boiled down to one thing. Movement, or lack of it!

 

Support me to do 'Live The Dream' and help me reach my goal to Move New Zealand in three ways.

 

  1. By helping cover my living costs through the ‘Live The Dream’ Social Business Accelerator you help kiwis that NEED to move (kids at school, mentally unwell/financialy struggling) connect with people who LOVE moving (your favourite sports star, favourite hip hop dancer or favourite gym trainer).

  2. You help to inspire more people to use their time to do projects New Zealand needs. You make the New Zealand better.

  3. Your support helps me continue to give free lunchtime fun movement sessions in parks around Wellington to help move Wellington (See 20 Minute Boost)

 

Starting to sound like something positive and useful? Yes? Treat yourself to a fun reward on the side and read on below to see more info.

 

 

Why do a Pledge Me for this?

 

  • I believe there is a method which can inspire more kiwis to bring their ideas to action and make a better NZ.

 

  • The method involves this, going to you, the people who see the picture and understand this. If we can get enough people to show support we can send a powerful message to those on the cusp of acting on an important idea to make New Zealand better.

 

  • Ask yourself, your family or your gran what they would have done to make an impact and what blocked the road?  If you knew there was a community to support you doing this, what difference would it have made?

 

 

What is this project Bart?!

  • This project will move New Zealand and the world, literally. It will connect people who NEED (possibly you or kids at school, mentally unwell, financialy struggling, and the office champ) to move with people who LOVE moving (your favourite sports star, gym instructor, yoga teacher, kick boxing buddy, and your commuity legend!) for free. Using App and online technology to make being able to move fun, simple and free. 

 

  • Some of this has started with people around the world already helping! Three weeks ago I started giving open exercise sessions every lunch time using my physio knowledge to help people get out of their office, move, connect socially, boost themselves to be healthier and happier people. This will continue and you are invited, infact, you and all your friends are invited (see here for details -https://www.facebook.com/BoostBnB ).

 

Why we need this

 

  1. 2 out of 3 people in NZ are obese or overweight. We are 3rd in theOECD for Obesity (behind the USA and Mexico!). The rates are only rising.

  2. Physical inactivity is a leading cause of disease and disability say the World Health Organisation. Globesity is here now and even the World Economic Forum are talking about it. We need more happy hormones in our body and activity gives us them.

 

More Happy Hormones

 

This is an issue government cannot handle without our help, it is too big, too widespread, too complex. We need to lead it from the bottom up, together working with government, to really make an impact.

 

 

What is ‘Live The Dream’?

 

  • ‘Live The Dream’ is a 10 week social business accelerator program starting 1 December (through until 20 February).

  • It is a full time program made to make projects that change the world hapen - Senior Business Mentors, advisors, and a others with the same mission to help learn and fill the knowledge gaps.

  • ‘Live the Dream’ does not cost anything to be a part of but the short notice shoulder tap means I will not have any income over this time to pay for food, rent, the bus etc (see breakdown in attached sheet). Sink or swim - I’ll need your help!

 

 

Bart, are you not loaded??

 

  • Haha No. From 2010-1013 I have spent money earned on learning and experiencing as much as I could. I came back to New Zealand a year ago to help and make an impact. Over the last year have worked hard to pay most of that debt off and continue rapidly leanring as much as I could. I also remain to have a hefty student loan which compiled some interest while away.

 

  • I could continue working as a physio to pay this all off over the next 10 years, or get straight into making an impact in ways not possible years ago. I see a need for people in medical professions to step out, connect with the social business and tech realm and make an impact the world needs. Social business and tech can contribute to this change but it is not something we were taught in our degrees.

 

Why do ‘Live The Dream?’

 

  • 'Live the Dream' fills this knowledge gap of things

  • My working career I have been a physiotherapist for individuals suffering from persistent pain, injuries forcing them off work, professional athletes, professional teams as well as helping grow and manage physiotherapy clinics. I have also spent the most recent years playing hockey professionally in Holland learning to understand more about the high performance environment through experiencing it first hand and pushing my own limits.

  • 'Live the Dream' offers me the opportunity to be in a thriving environment, surrounded by mentors, and a team to learn about business startups. It gives a platform to collaborate and apply all the current and emerging knowledge of health and happiness on a larger scale.  

 

Thats me in the Goalie gear!

 

 

What we plan to achieve by the outcome of Live The Dream

 

  • To be ready and pitching for investment from individuals and from the crowd.

 

In 3 - 6 months we plan to be at a point where this business will fund our living costs and continue to grow.

3 years I see a larger core team of 10-20 people working with a network of 1000+ professionals around the world to make people healthier and happier.

 

 

Final note...

 

Anyone who knows me knows that when I see or hear of someone doing/working for others selflessly my eyes light up! I am gone, searching and learning to understand more! Who is involved? How does it work? How are they doing it!? Fantastic!

  

 

I live minimally, sacrifice indulgences and ‘nice to haves’ for the bare essentials: a high power to weight ratio for impact. No glam, no glitz just what it takes to move the world to more happiness and open the door for others to do the same.

 

 

So here it is, open for the public to see and decide. Have a look at the fun rewards on the side. Support me to do 'Live The Dream' and help acheive the dream to move New Zealand and along the way inspire you or the next person to action projects New Zealand need. I will give you updates, seful insights, learnings and #Elsie’s that I am implementing for the sake of health and happiness. Follow me on my blog, twitter and facebook. I look forward to seeing you at an up coming Boost!

 

 

Thank you...

 

For reading! Thank you to all the wonderful people who have helped me - there are too many to name and words do my gratefulness no justice.

 

 

Please ask questions if you have them!

 

Thank You

Comments

Updates 8

3 weeks of Live the Dreamt o Go

01/02/2015 at 6:14 PM

Hello everyone,

Wow, how time flies! 

3 weeks of Live the Dream to go, the last 7 weeks have been amazing. Jam packed with information, learnings, and great people. I had one mentor describe this to me 'like trying to drink from a firehydrant' and he is on point. 

I will be writing posts on my journal to update you more specifically about the process once the course is over. But as some of you may have noticed the blog started strong and has been a bit slower over the past few weeks as things have been heating up! 

We have identified a number of problems around inactivity. I have been out talking to different government departments as weel as business leaders and individuals who are affected by inactivity and those that are extremely active. 

One issue is our work place culture in NZ, it is letting us down and because of it we are quite low in the OECD for work place productivity while not helping our health statistics and personal wellbeing. This is an issue I am looking into being a part of changing but not the main focus for Live the dream. While going through Live The Dream I have decided to look into solving an issue people are facing on knowing about all the fun activity going on around them that is classed as physical activity but some might not realise because having fun with friends comes to the forefront of your mind first. Examples of this is Salsa dancing, learning a martial art, going kyaking in the harbour or a number of other activities that wellington has to offer (and NZ). We are working at solving this through the wonders of technology, a bold ask and a tough process that I have little understanding about but am reaching out to the Wellington tech community who are being of huge help. 

I will be updating more regularly now on the Journal and will be back dating some posts to the relevant time period through Live The Dream. 

I am and will be forever grateful for your contributions, this experience has been of immense learning which is not over yet!

Much love,

Bart

Awaiting details

05/01/2015 at 8:58 AM

Happy New Year all!

 

I am awaiting details from Pledge me and once all has been recieved I will be in touch with you all induvidually!

 

Happy New Year - State your goals as questions and you are more likely to achieve them (example instead of I will be active for 20 minutes each day change to How will I get my heart rate up for 20 minutes each day? one of the above will help you find more solutions than the other). 

 

Much love,

Bart

We did it

16/12/2014 at 7:35 AM

Mates hanging out and swimming

Hello amazing people!

Feeling loved and humbled by the amazing people and community that has stood up and showed what is possible, said they care and showed they support and will facilitate people to make change for the better. An amazing feeling of pride to be around such wonderful people and highlight the support that's out there for others to do the same.

I will be in touch with the people who have pledged as the details with PledgeMe go through the sorting period. Thank you so much. Keep updated through the blog, Sign up for free email updates about the journey here.

Cheers to a better New Zealand and good people the country over making it that way. 

Arohanui, 
Bart

I am SWIMMING!

14/12/2014 at 3:21 PM

Follow here for videos of me floundering around in the water each time a pledge comes through! 

Click here to see me swimming!

Feel free to like the page while you are at it!

Bart

Pledge and I will swim!

14/12/2014 at 1:48 PM

I will go for a swim around the buoy for every pledge today.Context, I hate water, nearly drowned when I was 8 and have avoided ad feared it since. Challenging it. Let's do this. 

10% to 1% collective! for every Pledge. Everything above $3500 is going towards getting this project to get NZ moving off the ground!

@pledgeme @OnePercentNZ #MoveNZ #socent #ideasforabetternz@1nspiringStory 

So humbled and proud to be a part of this community and feeling the love and support. Thank you, thank you, thank you, and thank you!

Now others can see it! May they gain courage to take a leap and get involved 

Much Love,

Bart

Unknown Names and Faces

13/12/2014 at 7:50 AM

Hi all,

This is absolutely amazing to see. So many people who are out there supporting this! Names I know as well as names I have never seen before! 

It is humbling and awesome to see. Makes me very proud to be a part of a group of people like this that care so much and very priveledged to spend my time doing something I am absolutely loving with the feeling something good has to come of it all!

We are $500 from the mark which gets me most of the way, $1000 from covering the whole way and then anything over that will be going into funding the little things we need to get a solution off the ground!

To hear what experiences I am having day to day and insights I am having along the journey have a look at some of the posts in my online journal www.mrbdv.me 

Thank you so so much! 

Much love,

Bart

ThunderClap about to crack!

10/12/2014 at 7:14 AM

Hello!! 

We need 15 more people to sign up to the Thunderclap campaign!

Please if you have not signed up for this already jump on board! Click here and support through facebook and twitter http://bit.ly/1zMBimH 

It allows a message to be sent out through all our Facebook and Twitter streams at the same time amplifying the impact of the message to get the word out! :) Here is the link again http://bit.ly/1zMBimH

Also share the link with freinds and have your family and flatmates sign up! We need 15 more sign ups!

Thank you!

Bart

Half Way!

06/12/2014 at 11:38 PM

Thank you everyone who is involved! Absolutely awesome, humbling and overwhelming. 

We are halfway, 7 days left, not there yet!

Please sign up to the Thunder Clap Social media campaign to help get word out (http://bit.ly/1zMBimH). You sign up for a message (you see the message beforte signing up, so can make sure you are happy with it) to be shared on your Facebook and twitter (if you have both, sign up with both) on thursday night. The message will be shared through everyones streams at the same time together! So get involved and be a part of the movement to create movement around NZ and the world!

Also feel free to share this Pledge me to your freinds, email around your work place, let your social sports team know, shout it out at your party, tell your flatmates and definately tell your parents! :)

Much love and thank you so much,

Bart

 

    Pledgers 39

    Daniel Neumegen
    2014-12-14 20:55:54 +1300
    Kaye-Maree Dunn
    2014-12-14 20:26:31 +1300
    Hannah Wignall
    2014-12-14 20:18:52 +1300
    Stephen Jones
    2014-12-14 17:47:15 +1300
    Alan
    2014-12-14 14:49:14 +1300
    Transact Management Ltd
    2014-12-13 21:36:21 +1300
    Claire
    2014-12-13 17:35:46 +1300
    Eva Lu
    2014-12-13 14:42:26 +1300
    Nadine Bott
    2014-12-13 05:53:30 +1300
    Shani Yeend
    2014-12-12 23:21:34 +1300
    Nedra
    2014-12-12 23:02:24 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2014-12-12 22:29:06 +1300
    Pete Carter
    2014-12-12 15:46:54 +1300
    Ben Story
    2014-12-11 23:02:38 +1300
    Saskia Wallace
    2014-12-11 18:47:18 +1300
    kate
    2014-12-11 17:19:14 +1300
    Hannah Mason
    2014-12-11 14:36:59 +1300
    joiedevivre
    2014-12-11 13:57:01 +1300
    Stephen Jones
    2014-12-10 15:39:45 +1300
    kylee loreen mackay
    2014-12-07 23:42:36 +1300
    Sarah Valentine
    2014-12-07 22:30:57 +1300
    Heidi van den Borst
    2014-12-07 18:48:39 +1300
    Elisa Christian
    2014-12-07 18:39:07 +1300
    Seth Hickling
    2014-12-06 21:23:03 +1300
    Chris Ashton
    2014-12-06 21:20:05 +1300
    Hans Heimark
    2014-12-06 20:07:17 +1300
    Nancy Linton
    2014-12-05 11:13:34 +1300
    Anake Goodall
    2014-12-04 21:43:37 +1300
    Gina
    2014-12-04 20:47:31 +1300
    Pip Brickell
    2014-12-04 08:18:23 +1300

    Let's MOVE New Zealand!

    Project 2014-11-25 10:44:57 +1300

    Let's Move New Zealand!

     

    I have spent my life either rehabbing from injury or helping others as a Physio rehab theirs. It's all boiled down to one thing. Movement, or lack of it!

     

    Support me to do 'Live The Dream' and help me reach my goal to Move New Zealand in three ways.

     

    1. By helping cover my living costs through the ‘Live The Dream’ Social Business Accelerator you help kiwis that NEED to move (kids at school, mentally unwell/financialy struggling) connect with people who LOVE moving (your favourite sports star, favourite hip hop dancer or favourite gym trainer).

    2. You help to inspire more people to use their time to do projects New Zealand needs. You make the New Zealand better.

    3. Your support helps me continue to give free lunchtime fun movement sessions in parks around Wellington to help move Wellington (See 20 Minute Boost)

     

    Starting to sound like something positive and useful? Yes? Treat yourself to a fun reward on the side and read on below to see more info.

     

     

    Why do a Pledge Me for this?

     

    • I believe there is a method which can inspire more kiwis to bring their ideas to action and make a better NZ.

     

    • The method involves this, going to you, the people who see the picture and understand this. If we can get enough people to show support we can send a powerful message to those on the cusp of acting on an important idea to make New Zealand better.

     

    • Ask yourself, your family or your gran what they would have done to make an impact and what blocked the road?  If you knew there was a community to support you doing this, what difference would it have made?

     

     

    What is this project Bart?!

    • This project will move New Zealand and the world, literally. It will connect people who NEED (possibly you or kids at school, mentally unwell, financialy struggling, and the office champ) to move with people who LOVE moving (your favourite sports star, gym instructor, yoga teacher, kick boxing buddy, and your commuity legend!) for free. Using App and online technology to make being able to move fun, simple and free. 

     

    • Some of this has started with people around the world already helping! Three weeks ago I started giving open exercise sessions every lunch time using my physio knowledge to help people get out of their office, move, connect socially, boost themselves to be healthier and happier people. This will continue and you are invited, infact, you and all your friends are invited (see here for details -https://www.facebook.com/BoostBnB ).

     

    Why we need this

     

    1. 2 out of 3 people in NZ are obese or overweight. We are 3rd in theOECD for Obesity (behind the USA and Mexico!). The rates are only rising.

    2. Physical inactivity is a leading cause of disease and disability say the World Health Organisation. Globesity is here now and even the World Economic Forum are talking about it. We need more happy hormones in our body and activity gives us them.

     

    More Happy Hormones

     

    This is an issue government cannot handle without our help, it is too big, too widespread, too complex. We need to lead it from the bottom up, together working with government, to really make an impact.

     

     

    What is ‘Live The Dream’?

     

    • ‘Live The Dream’ is a 10 week social business accelerator program starting 1 December (through until 20 February).

    • It is a full time program made to make projects that change the world hapen - Senior Business Mentors, advisors, and a others with the same mission to help learn and fill the knowledge gaps.

    • ‘Live the Dream’ does not cost anything to be a part of but the short notice shoulder tap means I will not have any income over this time to pay for food, rent, the bus etc (see breakdown in attached sheet). Sink or swim - I’ll need your help!

     

     

    Bart, are you not loaded??

     

    • Haha No. From 2010-1013 I have spent money earned on learning and experiencing as much as I could. I came back to New Zealand a year ago to help and make an impact. Over the last year have worked hard to pay most of that debt off and continue rapidly leanring as much as I could. I also remain to have a hefty student loan which compiled some interest while away.

     

    • I could continue working as a physio to pay this all off over the next 10 years, or get straight into making an impact in ways not possible years ago. I see a need for people in medical professions to step out, connect with the social business and tech realm and make an impact the world needs. Social business and tech can contribute to this change but it is not something we were taught in our degrees.

     

    Why do ‘Live The Dream?’

     

    • 'Live the Dream' fills this knowledge gap of things

    • My working career I have been a physiotherapist for individuals suffering from persistent pain, injuries forcing them off work, professional athletes, professional teams as well as helping grow and manage physiotherapy clinics. I have also spent the most recent years playing hockey professionally in Holland learning to understand more about the high performance environment through experiencing it first hand and pushing my own limits.

    • 'Live the Dream' offers me the opportunity to be in a thriving environment, surrounded by mentors, and a team to learn about business startups. It gives a platform to collaborate and apply all the current and emerging knowledge of health and happiness on a larger scale.  

     

    Thats me in the Goalie gear!

     

     

    What we plan to achieve by the outcome of Live The Dream

     

    • To be ready and pitching for investment from individuals and from the crowd.

     

    In 3 - 6 months we plan to be at a point where this business will fund our living costs and continue to grow.

    3 years I see a larger core team of 10-20 people working with a network of 1000+ professionals around the world to make people healthier and happier.

     

     

    Final note...

     

    Anyone who knows me knows that when I see or hear of someone doing/working for others selflessly my eyes light up! I am gone, searching and learning to understand more! Who is involved? How does it work? How are they doing it!? Fantastic!

      

     

    I live minimally, sacrifice indulgences and ‘nice to haves’ for the bare essentials: a high power to weight ratio for impact. No glam, no glitz just what it takes to move the world to more happiness and open the door for others to do the same.

     

     

    So here it is, open for the public to see and decide. Have a look at the fun rewards on the side. Support me to do 'Live The Dream' and help acheive the dream to move New Zealand and along the way inspire you or the next person to action projects New Zealand need. I will give you updates, seful insights, learnings and #Elsie’s that I am implementing for the sake of health and happiness. Follow me on my blog, twitter and facebook. I look forward to seeing you at an up coming Boost!

     

     

    Thank you...

     

    For reading! Thank you to all the wonderful people who have helped me - there are too many to name and words do my gratefulness no justice.

     

     

    Please ask questions if you have them!

     

    Thank You

    Comments

    3 weeks of Live the Dreamt o Go

    01/02/2015 at 6:14 PM

    Hello everyone,

    Wow, how time flies! 

    3 weeks of Live the Dream to go, the last 7 weeks have been amazing. Jam packed with information, learnings, and great people. I had one mentor describe this to me 'like trying to drink from a firehydrant' and he is on point. 

    I will be writing posts on my journal to update you more specifically about the process once the course is over. But as some of you may have noticed the blog started strong and has been a bit slower over the past few weeks as things have been heating up! 

    We have identified a number of problems around inactivity. I have been out talking to different government departments as weel as business leaders and individuals who are affected by inactivity and those that are extremely active. 

    One issue is our work place culture in NZ, it is letting us down and because of it we are quite low in the OECD for work place productivity while not helping our health statistics and personal wellbeing. This is an issue I am looking into being a part of changing but not the main focus for Live the dream. While going through Live The Dream I have decided to look into solving an issue people are facing on knowing about all the fun activity going on around them that is classed as physical activity but some might not realise because having fun with friends comes to the forefront of your mind first. Examples of this is Salsa dancing, learning a martial art, going kyaking in the harbour or a number of other activities that wellington has to offer (and NZ). We are working at solving this through the wonders of technology, a bold ask and a tough process that I have little understanding about but am reaching out to the Wellington tech community who are being of huge help. 

    I will be updating more regularly now on the Journal and will be back dating some posts to the relevant time period through Live The Dream. 

    I am and will be forever grateful for your contributions, this experience has been of immense learning which is not over yet!

    Much love,

    Bart

    Awaiting details

    05/01/2015 at 8:58 AM

    Happy New Year all!

     

    I am awaiting details from Pledge me and once all has been recieved I will be in touch with you all induvidually!

     

    Happy New Year - State your goals as questions and you are more likely to achieve them (example instead of I will be active for 20 minutes each day change to How will I get my heart rate up for 20 minutes each day? one of the above will help you find more solutions than the other). 

     

    Much love,

    Bart

    We did it

    16/12/2014 at 7:35 AM

    Mates hanging out and swimming

    Hello amazing people!

    Feeling loved and humbled by the amazing people and community that has stood up and showed what is possible, said they care and showed they support and will facilitate people to make change for the better. An amazing feeling of pride to be around such wonderful people and highlight the support that's out there for others to do the same.

    I will be in touch with the people who have pledged as the details with PledgeMe go through the sorting period. Thank you so much. Keep updated through the blog, Sign up for free email updates about the journey here.

    Cheers to a better New Zealand and good people the country over making it that way. 

    Arohanui, 
    Bart

    I am SWIMMING!

    14/12/2014 at 3:21 PM

    Follow here for videos of me floundering around in the water each time a pledge comes through! 

    Click here to see me swimming!

    Feel free to like the page while you are at it!

    Bart

    Pledge and I will swim!

    14/12/2014 at 1:48 PM

    I will go for a swim around the buoy for every pledge today.Context, I hate water, nearly drowned when I was 8 and have avoided ad feared it since. Challenging it. Let's do this. 

    10% to 1% collective! for every Pledge. Everything above $3500 is going towards getting this project to get NZ moving off the ground!

    @pledgeme @OnePercentNZ #MoveNZ #socent #ideasforabetternz@1nspiringStory 

    So humbled and proud to be a part of this community and feeling the love and support. Thank you, thank you, thank you, and thank you!

    Now others can see it! May they gain courage to take a leap and get involved 

    Much Love,

    Bart

    Unknown Names and Faces

    13/12/2014 at 7:50 AM

    Hi all,

    This is absolutely amazing to see. So many people who are out there supporting this! Names I know as well as names I have never seen before! 

    It is humbling and awesome to see. Makes me very proud to be a part of a group of people like this that care so much and very priveledged to spend my time doing something I am absolutely loving with the feeling something good has to come of it all!

    We are $500 from the mark which gets me most of the way, $1000 from covering the whole way and then anything over that will be going into funding the little things we need to get a solution off the ground!

    To hear what experiences I am having day to day and insights I am having along the journey have a look at some of the posts in my online journal www.mrbdv.me 

    Thank you so so much! 

    Much love,

    Bart

    ThunderClap about to crack!

    10/12/2014 at 7:14 AM

    Hello!! 

    We need 15 more people to sign up to the Thunderclap campaign!

    Please if you have not signed up for this already jump on board! Click here and support through facebook and twitter http://bit.ly/1zMBimH 

    It allows a message to be sent out through all our Facebook and Twitter streams at the same time amplifying the impact of the message to get the word out! :) Here is the link again http://bit.ly/1zMBimH

    Also share the link with freinds and have your family and flatmates sign up! We need 15 more sign ups!

    Thank you!

    Bart

    Half Way!

    06/12/2014 at 11:38 PM

    Thank you everyone who is involved! Absolutely awesome, humbling and overwhelming. 

    We are halfway, 7 days left, not there yet!

    Please sign up to the Thunder Clap Social media campaign to help get word out (http://bit.ly/1zMBimH). You sign up for a message (you see the message beforte signing up, so can make sure you are happy with it) to be shared on your Facebook and twitter (if you have both, sign up with both) on thursday night. The message will be shared through everyones streams at the same time together! So get involved and be a part of the movement to create movement around NZ and the world!

    Also feel free to share this Pledge me to your freinds, email around your work place, let your social sports team know, shout it out at your party, tell your flatmates and definately tell your parents! :)

    Much love and thank you so much,

    Bart

     

      Daniel Neumegen
      2014-12-14 20:55:54 +1300
      Kaye-Maree Dunn
      2014-12-14 20:26:31 +1300
      Hannah Wignall
      2014-12-14 20:18:52 +1300
      Stephen Jones
      2014-12-14 17:47:15 +1300
      Alan
      2014-12-14 14:49:14 +1300
      Transact Management Ltd
      2014-12-13 21:36:21 +1300
      Claire
      2014-12-13 17:35:46 +1300
      Eva Lu
      2014-12-13 14:42:26 +1300
      Nadine Bott
      2014-12-13 05:53:30 +1300
      Shani Yeend
      2014-12-12 23:21:34 +1300
      Nedra
      2014-12-12 23:02:24 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2014-12-12 22:29:06 +1300
      Pete Carter
      2014-12-12 15:46:54 +1300
      Ben Story
      2014-12-11 23:02:38 +1300
      Saskia Wallace
      2014-12-11 18:47:18 +1300
      kate
      2014-12-11 17:19:14 +1300
      Hannah Mason
      2014-12-11 14:36:59 +1300
      joiedevivre
      2014-12-11 13:57:01 +1300
      Stephen Jones
      2014-12-10 15:39:45 +1300
      kylee loreen mackay
      2014-12-07 23:42:36 +1300
      Sarah Valentine
      2014-12-07 22:30:57 +1300
      Heidi van den Borst
      2014-12-07 18:48:39 +1300
      Elisa Christian
      2014-12-07 18:39:07 +1300
      Seth Hickling
      2014-12-06 21:23:03 +1300
      Chris Ashton
      2014-12-06 21:20:05 +1300
      Hans Heimark
      2014-12-06 20:07:17 +1300
      Nancy Linton
      2014-12-05 11:13:34 +1300
      Anake Goodall
      2014-12-04 21:43:37 +1300
      Gina
      2014-12-04 20:47:31 +1300
      Pip Brickell
      2014-12-04 08:18:23 +1300
      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 14/12/2014 at 8:55 PM.