Thanks to the team at Village Real Estate

The team at Village are committed to making a difference...read more about their focus

And one lucky Kapiti Womens Tri Athlete will win all of this!

  • House of Marley ‘Get Together’ Boom Box, Harvey Norman, Coastlands.

Made with bamboo and recycled materials, for every $100 spent with House of Marley the company will plant a tree (currently planting in the Amazon Rainforest). Also gives great quality sound!

  • Napa Adeline Picnic Basket - Blackwell and Sons, Greytown
A family owned business, made with all natural materials, wooden handled utensils, leather fasteners, hand blown glassware.


  • Rockburn Pinot Noir 2018 – Central Otago (Liquorland, Kapiti Road)


  • Rug – TradeAid, Coastlands
Enterprising artisans in Northern India access fair trade markets for their unique and beautifully crafted products through Tara Projects. These artisans use intergenerational skills, or are trained in new skills to create a bright sustainable future for themselves, focusing on protection of the environment and healthy and safe working spaces.


  • Living Without Plastic (Book) – Paperplus, Foxton
Came by courier but was wrapped in cardboard with no plastic in sight!


  • Products from Commonsense Organics

Commonsense Organics founders James Kebbell and Marion Wood have been recognised in the New Year Honours List for creating a sustainable small business in New Zealand which prioritises the environment, along with social and cultural issues.

  • Sun Cream – Commonsense Organics Coastlands
  • Natural Mosquito Repellent – Commonsense Organics, Coastlands
  • Reusable Shopping Bags – Commonsense Organics, Coastlands
  • Reusable Produce Bags – Commonsense Organics, Coastlands


  • Glass Storage Containers – Countdown, Coastlands
Made from glass with bamboo lids, this proves to us we can do away with plastic, even when storing our leftovers!