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Wanna GoNews February 2024

Dear WannaGonners,

Can you believe it's already the end of February?

Time flies when you're having fun, and speaking of fun, it's time for our second edition of WannaGo News! So much has happened in just a few short weeks 🏃‍♂️

First of all, we would like to give a warm welcome to all the new members on the platform ! You've made the right choice and we hope that you'll get part to meaningful volunteering activities this year !

Now get cozy, grab your favorite beverage ☕, and let's dive into the highlights together!




 

📢 Previously on Wanna Gonna

Wanna Gonna is officially globetrotting! ✈️

 

Wanna Gonna is reaching new frontiers, seeking ambassadors worldwide to expand our NPO network. Ambassadors in France and Sweden are already engaged in our missions.

 

Our newly onboarded ambassadors have already made some concrete contributions to Wanna Gonna:

 

  • Developing new resources to support our NPOs

  • Shared our mission with their personal network

  • Contacting several NPOs sharing Wanna Gonna ambitions and values

  • Bringing fresh perspectives to the team  

Empowering Change Globally!

Let's keep up the momentum and make a global impact 🌎



↑Olivier, our French Ambassador who joined us this year ! Welcome to the team Olivier !↑


🔎 Want to make a difference and help NGOs?

Check out our latest listings.

 

✨ What’s Up NGOs?



#1 Founder Interview: Neko Ten House

For some of you who didn't know, Wanna Gonna launched its Founders Interview segment last month, where we discuss with the inspiring minds behind various NPOs. Our goal is to dig into their personal stories—finding out what motivated them to start their NPO, the challenges they faced, and what keeps them going.

Last month, we discussed with Sachiko MIZOHATA, founder of Neko Ten House. Check out her story



 

🍏 Green Snack News


Have you heard about this awesome App called Mymizu? It's seriously changing the game when it comes to staying hydrated and helping out the planet at the same time – talk about a win-win!

Basically, Mymizu is like your trusty sidekick for finding places to refill your water bottle all across Japan. Although more 80% of PET bottles are recycled in Japan, 1 person per year could consumer to about 180 bottles!

With Mymizu you can help decrease the waste from plastic bottles. With just a few taps on your phone, you can locate refill spots nearby and fill up your bottle for free! Plus, the app is super easy to use and actually kind of fun. You can and track how much plastic you're drinking with every refill. It's like a little eco-friendly game that keeps you in check.

But here's the best part – Mymizu isn't just an app, it's a whole movement. They're teaming up with businesses and local communities to spread the word and make it even easier to find refill stations. It's all about coming together to make a positive impact on the planet.

So, if you're all about staying hydrated, saving money, and doing your part for Mother Earth, then Mymizu is definitely the app for you.

Let's hydrate, save the planet, and spread some good vibes along the way! 🌍💧


Audrey

 

Stay tuned for next month Wanna GoNews !

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