"People will assist you with almost everything, it creates a great sense of community." - GKN member
The impact and opportunities that Good Karma Networks create for their communities is evident through the positive outcomes we see and the experiences that our members have as a result of connecting with each other in them.
February 2, 2021
Tara shares how GKNs can help people who aren't members.
When a young neighbour needed some food Tara found asked her Good Karma Network for help, with surprising results. People reached out with all sorts of offers and everyone felt great.
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.
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.
How can your Good Karma Network help you to be more sustainble? Just ask them.
Being a first time parents and environmental activism seem at odds in this consumer driven world, but Marie and her partner made a conscious decision to practice sustainable parenting – and they reached out to their Richmond Good Karma Network to start the ball rolling with great success.
How the Reservoir Good Karma Network helped two members with their chickens.
Lucy tells the story of how she helped another member by temporarily rehoming her rooster, and how he then helped her hatch some new chickens. Lucy has engaged in so many ways on the GKN and describes how it has made her feel really connected to her community.
An opportunity for connected mindfulness in the wake of global change
Reaching out on a Good Karma Network helps in so many ways. For us and for others. One of our members found many options when looking for ways to support a friend in this time of great challenge we have recently experienced due to COVID-19.
In the spirit of the Good Karma Effect, which embraces and values all humans for the opportunities our diversity offers to everyone, we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.