Dignity is an accredited social enterprise with Ākina

Dignity is an accredited social enterprise with Ākina 

We are proud to have gone through the process to be a vetted and accrediated social enterprise in New Zealand. There is only 32 so far that have the certification and this means that the fwd: certification mark enables Dignity to demonstrate our credibility. 

It means we have gone through our certification process and from the information provided, fwd are confident that we meet our definition of a social enterprise. 

A social enterprise is a purpose-driven business that trades to deliver social, cultural and/or environmental impact.

To read more about the accreditation and vetting process you can read our blog.

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Miranda Hitchings
The Meaning of Dignity

Dignity describes their visit to one of their schools that they donate their buy one give one sanitary items to and outlines what it means to the refugee students to assist with combating period poverty.

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Miranda Hitchings
The kids are alright

Jacinta, co-founder of Dignity, writes about her experience visiting some of the schools Dignity provides their free sanitary items to and learns first hand about how period poverty is affecting students.

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Miranda Hitchings