Tara shares how GKNs can help people who aren't members.

January 4, 2021

When Tara Miani’s neighbour came to her asking her for food, she gave her what she could spare and then, with the neighbour’s permission,  posted on the  Brunswick Good Karma Network.

“I received numerous comments [on the post] as well as personal inboxes,” says Tara. "People were really happy to help and when they heard more about her situation all sorts of offers of help were made.

“It is so easy to place a post on the group and communicate with people from the neighbourhood, who offer their assistance.”

Tara, from Brunswick, has been a member of the network for two years, after learning about it from her mother-in-law. Through GKN, she has forged relationships with people who continue to help her when she needs it to this day. Whether it’s a small query - advice on a mould smell in her house - or something much bigger, the network is always there. 

“The community helps one another and makes me want to be more generous,” says Tara. 

More Stories

February 2, 2021
Tracey brings people together on Christmas Day using her Good Karma Network
When Tracey was facing Christmas alone in Kensington, she decided to invite others from her Good Karma Network to a local park, and found these strangers were just friends she hadn't met yet.
July 3, 2021
Curtis reconnects with his childhood passion through his GKN and finds himself with a new career.
Curtis was struggling and needed to bring some positivity to his life and he reached out to his Good Karma Network for help. Not only did he reconnect with his passion for woodworking but he also connected with others in the community.
February 2, 2021
Raina gets help from her GKN to prepare for her wedding, and so much more.
After migrating to a new city people often find themselves alone, without support and unsure about how to connect and where to find solutions to their problems. Raina Reyes shares her story about moving to Mebourne and how her Good Karma Network helped them settle and become a part of the community.

Good Karma Effect