Join the UpliftHER movement, enjoy wine and canapes on us, hear inspirational stories, support incredible women, business and organisations and contribute to the uplifting of women here and around the Pacific.

    Opening our event on October 29th from 5.30-7.30pm, you will meet and hear from Aisha, currently, the only person living here in New Zealand with her heart on the outside of my body. Aisha's message is about resilience, strength and knowing that life has a purpose no matter what.  





Camella Murie

Beso Beauty

Natural Skin Care, hand-crafted with quality ingredients sourced from nature, and scented with essential oils,


Hannah Mellsop

Real Rad Food

Raw, vegan, refined sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and delicious cakes, slices and balls.


Colleen Fryett

Bula Coffee

Coffee from the remote highlands of Fiji, enabling organically grown coffee beans without the aid of chemicals, and giving Fijian villagers a better shot at life.


Elly McKenzie

The Insides Guide

Providing practical, accurate insider’s advice about all things gluten, whilst using the professional and real-life experience to help those struggling with food sensitives.


Vicky Scott

Crimson Organic

Organic menstrual products, that provide women with chemical-free and environmentally friendly tampons, that are delivered, discreetly directly to the door.


Angela Wallace

General Manager, Awhina House

A home for homeless women that provides not only housing but transformation and healing. Awhina House offers women wrap-around services, including budgeting advice, counselling and different workshops.


Emma Prill

Tauranga Artist

Tauranga based artist Emma Prill creates stunning and vivid art pieces that leap of the canvas, visually and literally. Emma where possible uses sustainable materials in her work and works alongside her local community