The amazing outcomes facilitated by Good Karma Networks have attracted great interest from the media and other organisations interested in empowering people to create positive change.

The Good Karma Effect has reached many not only through it's Good Karma Networks but also by featuring in the media. Journalists, authors and podcast hosts have explored and shared the impact of the Good Karma Networks. Find out here where they have been seen.

Cultivating Connection in the place you are now.
Adam Murray explores how Good Karma Networks make it easy for people to create positive change in their communities.
GKNs communities resilient for lockdown
With multiple lockdown periods in Melbourne people have been supporting each other virtually and GKNs had already establish resilient communities for their members to turn to.
How do Good Karma Networks make a difference?
The Thrifty Philanthropist interviews Amy Churchouse about the Good Karma Effect and why people should join their Good Karma Network.
We're All Everyday Heroes
Amy shares how Good Karma Networks empower people to give and receive help within their neighbourhoods at the Hero Round Table Conference 2018.
Connecting Communities with Good Karma
Talkback explores community contribution and how the Good Karma Network model inspires positivity with their communities.
COVID Connections on GKNs
Connection through the Coburg Good Karma Network leads to love in lockdown.
Women to Watch: Amy Churchouse
The Project speaks to Amy about how and why she created the Kensington Good Karma Network.
Australia Reimagined
In his book, Hugh Mackay features the Good Karma Networks as an example of how social cohesion builds social capital.
The Sydney Morning Herald
Mel Fyfe explores how the Kensington GKN inspired a movement that initiated the flow of the Good Karma Effect into neighbourhoods around Australia.
Impact Boom explores Good Karma Networks.
Amy Churchouse talks with Mikaela Stephens about creating a community of positive changemakers.

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