Recently, on our not-for-profit (NFP) posting day on Facebook, someone posted a comment half-joking that they felt like their business was not-for-profit. While we may laugh, I think a lot of us can relate to the feeling that we pour our heart, souls and money into our businesses but wonder when the return on our investment is going to happen.
Having just returned from a trip to New Caledonia and Vanuatu, I am feeling inspired to get creative again but I’m also feeling inspired to spread awareness about buying and creating handmade grassroots arts and craft. One thing I love about Support a WAHP is the huge number of craft businesses we have featured on the facebook page and website on a weekly basis. Grassroots arts and craft businesses have become more prolific in the past few years.
Hi, my name is Amanda and I am a self confessed greenie. Right now I’m a 39yr old stay at home mum with two girls aged 5 years and 16 months and I have just launched my online business Green Me OZ. I always believed that I would have my own business and last year […]