Here at nudie our ethos is to create good... with whatever we make, wherever we go. We have always aimed to create good in the world of juice (and beyond!) and we love creating good in the community too.
That’s why we’re on the look-out for groups and individuals we can surprise with some nudie goodness.
Check out our hall of fame below to see just some of the many Aussies out there doing great things!
Are you a creator of good or know someone who is? Click the 'nominate' button below to share your story.nominate
Adam and Alexi are incredible philanthropists who have dedicated their time and efforts to establishing the Educating The Future Charity that aims to build and fund a preschool in East Timor. They spent 21 days walking 720km from Sydney to Byron Bay (to help raise funds) and recently held their first fundraiser in November 2016. Amazing work guys!
As President of Camp Jumbunna in SA, Kathleen Rutledge has organised Women Only Weekend Retreats dedicated to sparking women carers' adventurous spirit, creativity and inspiration. With the purpose of this year's retreat to give back to the carer's of disabled children, Kathleen offers these women the opportunity to take a break for the weekend and recharge.
Emma has done wonders for impoverished orphans in Cambodia. Having travelled there in both 2015 and 2016 to teach them English, Emma took proceeds from her newly launched fitness e-book and her Perth City to Surf fundraising initiatives to donate to the orphanage. Raising over $1500, Emma is truly an inspiration.
Andrew is running the New York Marathon to support the Leukaemia Foundation. He hopes he can help others who are suffering with blood cancer, after his brother successfully won his battle against Leukaemia. The whole family has got involved with mum completing a marathon knitting session, creating mini beanies to pop on top of nudies to help raise awareness and funds.
Seven year old Owen is raising funds to help Glebe Public School install a new playground, which is in desperate need of a replacement. Currently the play equipment is very old and too small for the number of kids who regularly want to use it. Owen gave up chocolate for a month to help raise funds!
Fiona and Zana run an animal rescue centre called Paws of Love Animal Rescue. Every second of every day is devoted to the animals in their care. They provide love, vet work, a safe home, rehabilitation and lots of food. Despite huge vet bills, they continue their life saving work. Amazing!
Through the art of boxing Father Dave Smith has helped hundreds of at-risk youth for the past 25 years. Most recently he traveled to Syria as part of the Boxing for Peace initiative he founded. As a result, Father Smith was the muse for local street artist Luke Cornish’s mural in Sydney’s CBD. What an inspiration!
9-year-old Lana has made a heart-warming video titled “I’m with Jack” dedicated to her little brother who has autism. Her video explains that children who have special needs may seem different but it is how we treat people who are different that makes us special. You can watch her video here.
In 2012 Rachel transformed her health and taught herself to run. Many people praised her and hoped to do the same... so in 2013 she started a running group called Rachel's Runners, a community group based on the premise of supporting one another to become more confident and stronger than ever before. Her initiatives involve supporting charities via fun run donations and raffles.
Bringing a little magic to the classroom a Year 3 and 4 teacher, Christine Coleman, has incorporated all things Harry Potter into her lessons. Whilst reading the novel, students got the chance to decorate their classroom and live out each page by dressing up (in English) and creating potions (in Science).
Australian fashion designer, stylist and photographer Rachel made it her mission to make a new dress every day for a year to raise money for charity. Hard work, determination, a great cause and very little sleep saw her 365 dress-a-day adventure become a huge success, raising much-needed funds for the Starlight Children's Foundation.
Joshua will be cycling more than 2000km from Canberra to his late grandfathers’ farm on the Sunshine Coast, all in the name of raising stroke awareness. At just 17, Josh has founded Barry’s Army, a charity that raises awareness and provides support for stroke victims. Find out more here.
Six year old Milan asked his parents to give gifts to the Royal Children's Hospital’s cancer ward for his birthday. Milan will finish chemotherapy later this year and wants to leave the other children with something they can play with. Inspiring and selfless, find out more about Milan’s mission here.
At only eight years old, Cassidy started cooking on the weekends to help feed the homeless in her area. Cassidy is now 12 and together with her mum Linda they run ‘Hawkesbury Helping Hands’, a not for profit community organisation that prepares and hands out meals every weekend to people who are hungry and living on the streets. Keep up the great work girls!
Aussie teen Madeline Stuart has made it her mission to challenge how the world sees disability and beauty. Maddy, who is only 18, has decided to take up modelling to "help change societies view of people with Down Syndrome," hoping that exposure will help to create acceptance in life. We think you are just gorgeous Maddy! Keep up the great work. Check out her Facebook page here.
12-year-old Clara has moderate cerebral palsy but doesn’t let this get in the way of living life. She is an ambassador for Bandage Bear and The Cotton On Foundation, helping them raise thousands of dollars for children’s health care. She plays tennis, has learnt to swim independently, plays boccia, lifts weights and loves food (and drinking nudies)!
Courageous young haemophilia sufferer Jayden, who is only 12 years old, was determined to finish a 7km fundraising walk all by himself. Jayden and his mother Lyn have already raised over $6800 for other children with the same illness. His next challenge is another marathon where he hopes to raise even more money. Keep up the amazing work Jayden, the nudie team support you all the way!
When Chifley College Year 10 adviser Ilana Austen was told some students would not be attending their formal because they could not afford it, she decided to help out. Ilana organised donated dresses, suits and hair and make-up so that her students could all attend. Lovely work Ilana, your students are very lucky to have you looking out for them!
Rabbitohs supporter John created this amazing tree sculpture of a rabbit just in time for the 2014 NRL Grand Final. This is the result of 10+ years of hard work and dedication. How incredible is this bunny?! We’re hoping his next creation is a giant nudie, which he tells us could quite possibly be on the cards... stay tuned!
Learning Support Aide Kimberley Freed was inspired to create a film about Year 8 student Meg’s bravery and courage, despite living with a permanent cognitive impairment. We think Meg is an absolute superstar. Thank you to Kimberley for sharing Meg’s inspiring story! Click here to watch Meg's story.
When Emily was three and a half she asked whether police officers got to go on holidays over Christmas like she does. When she was told they didn’t, she decided to deliver them lollies and continued doing so every Christmas for the next 14 years, gaining her the nickname 'lolly princess'. How sweet!
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