Making life better for children, families and communities who struggle in extreme circumstances
Rob Bradbury is the Co-founder and International director of Greenaid. The Greenaid vision is to ‘make life better’. The Greenaid group produces and sells green sterile strips and then injects all of the profits into projects to make life better locally, nationally & internationally.
To protect marginalised children, Greenaid has opened 9 rescue centres around the world. They have established 3 schools so children gain a valuable education, completed over 200 water projects, opened adult vocational training centres, created micro-enterprise opportunities and given orphans birthday parties. Rob has been training teams for 25 years, first as a manager at Myers and then working with staff and volunteer teams in community groups and schools to care for children and families around Australia.
Your team would have a very unique, and tailor made opportunity to help at a grass roots level and do something that would leave a lasting impression, not only for one family in particular, but also for the team member who attends this life changing trip.
The Greenhouse Project is a powerful opportunity for a team to fly in to a developing nation and build a new house for a family living in extreme poverty. The team will be informed about the how’s and why’s about what they are going to achieve over the course of their stay, as well as motivational sessions that build team and inspire the group about the significance of their work in Cambodia.
Sessions can be tailored to encourage the individual in their own world so that through helping someone else, they will also be helped themselves. Rob can also guide the team after a hard days work to the local markets and restaurants for some well-deserved R&R.
Rob is authentic and passionate about helping people and the cause is infectious, it is sure to leave a lasting impression.