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OUR INTENTION

Our intention is to connect a like minded community of helpers. Collaborating to create a change in the world. We believe by working together we can have a greater impact to make a positive change in peoples lives.

 
 
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WHAT IS THE HELPERS?

The Helpers is a social enterprise that supports diversity, community, education, sustainability, creativity, design and ethical business practices in different parts of the world.

In 2020 clean water for everyone.

In 2019 The Helpers will focus on providing opportunities to empower people with access to clean water and sanitation solutions they desperately need, in an effort to create real change in their lives and communities.

WHY WATER?

Fresh water has been called the “new oil” because of its scarcity, its importance to industry, and its vital role in all human and ecological life. 

The 100 million people in India lacking access to safe water are faced with a number of challenges. Nearly 75% of India’s surface water is contaminated by human, animal, agricultural and industrial waste, and its groundwater often contains high levels of fluoride and other mineral contaminants. Water and sanitation-related illnesses account for 70-80% of the country’s disease. Water scarcity during periods of drought, lack of education, and the sheer number of people in extreme poverty adds to the complexity. Progress towards addressing these issues is hampered by poor execution and a lack of support at the local level. Many of India’s rural water systems fail because of issues surrounding source sustainability and water quality. Inadequate operational controls and maintenance programs result in communities that lack the skills to manage their water systems, further compounding the complexity of India's water issues. According to SAFE WATER NETWORK

WHY WE DO IT

After a life changing charity run in India and residing in Indonesia with their two young children The Help Experience creators Josh and Casey Cordoba returned home to Australia with a deep yearning to face reality and HELP! They began their searched and felt disheartened, but they did not loss hope. Struggling to find ways to effectively and powerfully have an impact and make a lasting difference to those truely in desperate need - they decided to create a project now known as The Helpers and The Helper’s Experience. 

Conscious that the need is too great and the challenges too complex for any one person to succeed alone, they believe that by collaborating and joining together for a common purpose we can achieve greater impact.

“We wanted to be those who dream big, create change and impact the future. In order to fulfil our ‘big dream’ we needed to create something real, raw and effective. So we decided to stop dreaming and BE the change by demonstrating a better way of doing business - democratic, environmentally sustainable, socially responsible, and so was born The Help Experience.”

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HOW WE HELP?

Our entrepreneurial spirit was tickled by the desire to use our business as a means of creating both positive change and positive knock-on effects in society. The Help Experience creates immersive experiences for the most iconic brands, companies and influencers with the intention to share, educate and help others.

Dedicating 20% of total revenue to provide funds to The Helpers Social Enterprise seeking to support diversity, community, education, sustainability, creativity, design and ethical business practices in different parts of the world. Giving us and our clients more purpose behind every experience created.

These funds from The Help Experience are being donated to the Helper’s and used towards our annual social mission - The Helper’s Experience.

 
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Experience it once. Remember it forever. 

We take it one step further and have create an annual The Helper’s Experience! Each year we make it possible for Helpers from all walks of life to immerse themselves in contributing to a community and foster cultural exchange and understanding. As a Helper, we want to take part in something that will make a real, tangible difference to someone’s life. We work hard to ensure that our initiatives make a meaningful contribution to the community in which they are based, and are constantly striving to improve the overall Helper’s Experience.

Your energy, compassion and skills can make a real difference to the lives of the people we work with. Each Helper’s Experience is arranged to provide the maximum value to both you and the organisation or community we’re helping. You can see and feel first hand how working together, we achieve greater impact.


 

2020

Come along and Join our inspiring crew in India. The Helper's Experience gives you the opportunity to explore the road less travelled. As a Helper, you will be apart of something that will make a real, positive difference on someone’s life. You will meet new friends, and experience life in another part of the world discovering first hand how collaborating and joining together for a common purpose we can have greater impact. Supporting each other and coming face to face with reality visiting areas of debilitating poverty—and you will be forever changed by the experience. 

 

 

On the helper's experience you will experience:

details will be released MID 2019

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In 2020

WHY WATER?

Fresh water has been called the “new oil” because of its scarcity, its importance to industry, and its vital role in all human and ecological life. 

The 100 million people in India lacking access to safe water are faced with a number of challenges. Nearly 75% of India’s surface water is contaminated by human, animal, agricultural and industrial waste, and its groundwater often contains high levels of fluoride and other mineral contaminants. Water and sanitation-related illnesses account for 70-80% of the country’s disease. Water scarcity during periods of drought, lack of education, and the sheer number of people in extreme poverty adds to the complexity. Progress towards addressing these issues is hampered by poor execution and a lack of support at the local level. Many of India’s rural water systems fail because of issues surrounding source sustainability and water quality. Inadequate operational controls and maintenance programs result in communities that lack the skills to manage their water systems, further compounding the complexity of India's water issues. According to SAFE WATER NETWORK

 

In 2021

Microfinance in less fortunate countries.

Why? While direct aid is completely necessary in the short term, long term development can only be achieved in poor countries through economic development. Microfinance organisations help entrepreneurs in poor countries to fund growth of their businesses. That may be something as simple buying a new goat, or it might be something more complex like building a small dam. What seems like small chips to us in the developed world can be a game-changer for an entrepreneur in a poor country.

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