Community Giving

Community connection and resilience is Greenbridge’s ‘big’ work. As an impact enterprise, we value and trade in business that enhances community resilience and innovates environmental regeneration. Here are some ways your community organisation can tap into our designers’ expertise and support.

Free community workshops

We feel everyone should be able to access information about regenerative solutions, so get eight or more friends together and book one of our free mini-workshops. You must co-ordinate attendees, organise any materials needed and tea and coffee is a nice addition. This can take place at your place or Greenbridge’s demonstration site.

Workshops can be either hands-on or a talk and question format.  Suggested topics include; building a healthy home / starting a community project / beginner veggie gardener / fruit tree pruning / compost making / food forest design / integrating small animal systems ie chooks / regenerative farm design / waste water and more…

  • Workshops are run at Greenbridge’s discretion, are contingent on our specialists availability and will be assessed for maximum community impact.
  • We suggest a $5 koha per person to go toward either; Taranaki Retreat, School Orchards or Sustainable Backyard Trail.
  • If you’d like to receive this workshop in a one-one format, we charge $295 +gst & travel.

Free Design Input

Our consultants are able to each give up to twenty hours per year to help a community project of their choice. This equates to over $13,000 in design services gifted back to the community each year.

  • Does your group need help to kick-start a community project?
  • Would you benefit from the input of an experienced designer who has worked on many community and regenerative projects?

Your project must increase community resilience and have an emphasis on regenerative practice.  We have a particular passion for edible landscapes, community facilitation and community gardens.

Should your project look to require more than 20 hours design time, please discuss your needs with us.

Past projects include; Taranaki Retreat food forest & Omata School Orchard

Project design input is at Greenbridge’s discretion, contingent on our designers’ availability and will be assessed for maximum community impact.


Greenbridge sponsors community projects and organisations that have a focus on social and environmental wellbeing.  These projects or organisations must have a sustainable or regenerative impact to qualify. Current sponsorship includes the Sustainable Backyard Trail, Forest and Bird and the Omata School Community Orchard.

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Let’s talk about your sustainability goals and how we can help.

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