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Seed It Up
The Aha Moment
“Seeds Of Inspiration Worth Planting"
6.30pm - 9.00pm, Wednesday, 29 October 2014
Tusculum House, 3 Manning Street, Potts Point NSW
What is an Aha Moment?
A giant spark of Inspiration?
A twist of fate?
A leap of faith into the void to follow a dream, or is it Destiny tapping you on the shoulder?
Join us for a glass of bubbles and canapés followed by an inspiring evening of personal stories told by six empowering change makers who are positively impacting our global environment and community. These exceptional individuals will share their stories of how an Aha Moment changed their lives and how it is possible for you to do the same.
Presented by Michelle Darlington, founder of Seed It Up.
The Change Makers
John Brabant and Snowy - Founder of The Carevan Foundation, which helps to feed the homeless and those living in poverty in rural Australia.
Aymeric Maudous - Founder of EcoXpo, an annual sustainable living festival.
Clare Mann - Organisational psychologist, communications expert and founder of Animal Matters, an event that introduces animal social justice issues to the corporate and business world.
Adam Guthrie - Chef and founder of Ifeelgood.com.au, an online health and wellness cooking school that shows people how easy it is to cook and incorporate a wholefood plant based diet.
Kat Kinnie - Founder of ThoughtCloud Collective, a conscious branding company.
Toan Lam - Former TV reporter and founder of Go Inspire Go, a multimedia platform that uses social networking to inspire social change.
Ps: Part proceeds of this event go to 'The Carevan Foundation' - feeding the homeless in rural Australia
When & Where
Seed It Up
Seed It Up is an inspiring business with a social conscience, founded by Michelle Darlington. It grew out of a passion for sharing the joy of fresh food, the desire to encourage people to live more sustainably and the wish to help those who need a hand up.
Seed It Up’s Mission is simple; "To Seed Inspiration from the ground up, one seed at a time.”
Seed It Up supports:
Growing your own vegetables and connecting with nature
Supports sustainable food initiatives
Encourages everyone to perform Random acts of Kindness
Seed it up supports the Carevan Foundation which feeds the homeless in rural Australia.