twentytwo: planting shrubs for WRDA
By MAS Team | 22 December 2019
Who are you and what do you do in your day-to-day job?
We are the IT Test team at MAS.
Who did you help today?
Wellington Riding for the Disabled.
Why did you choose them?
To get out there and assist an amazing community organisation.
What did you do?
We planted grasses, shrubs, and trees.
What did you enjoy most?
Learning about this history of WRDA. From their move from Keneperu to Battle Hill and the construction of the new arena. It was clear to see the hard work that had been undertaken to build the new arena and how amazing the WRDA team are.
What did you learn from the experience?
Park Ranger Jobe explained the difference between Manuka and Kanuka and how to remember it.
How can I help?
They are always looking for volunteers and you can find more information on their website.
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This December we want to celebrate all those generous and kind-hearted people out there who contribute to the greater good, give their time and help others. Here at MAS, each staff member is given one day per year to give back to community. They pitch in for a wide variety of organisations and causes and we'll share their stories as our #masforgood advent calendar.
20 December 2019
20/12/2019: Michael used one of his last days at MAS to clean up his favourite beach. Read all about it behind the link.
1 December 2019
1/12/2019: Shoebox Christmas delivers Christmas presents, contained within a shoebox, to kids who might otherwise go without on Christmas Day. Read all about Tracey's 'Here for Good' experience here.
7 December 2019
7/12/2019: The MAS Executive Team took the opportunity to team up with Wellington City Council and planted native trees to do their bit to combat climate change and protect our NZ natives.