New Aussie Sharing Site

Hi Aussie readers, I recieved the following email last week. I decided to share it with you because the more opportunies there are out there to help you share your abundance the better. Please read the request below…

I’m writing to you from TuShare. TuShare is Australia’s fastest growing sharing platform. This sounds a little jargonny but it essentially means that via the magic of our phones, we’re helping people across Australia give and receive things they no longer need to each other.  This year, we’re the National hosts for Global Sharing Day, the biggest international movement to raise awareness about the awesomeness of sharing. 

We know your readers love you; they trust your judgment and appreciate your honesty. So were wondering if you might be able to please help us get the word out about a big event that we are doing between Global Sharing Day (1 June) and World Environment Day (5 June) this year?

We have just officially launched Australia’s first ever ‘Flash Share’, with the goal of sharing 5000 items in a single week between the 1st and the 5th June. Everyone who joins in will be prompted to share one thing a day for five days (focusing on different rooms of the house each day). 

In a busy home, there is usually a small mountain of things we no longer want, need or fit. We know you know how to de-clutter! And we think sharing is a great way of clearing out the new, and helping out another family in the process. We’re really passionate about what sharing can do for communities because not only do we help find new homes things we no longer need, we prevent landfill in the process.

So check out the site. Perhaps you will think of something you can share. But of course don’t go there looking for what you can get free whether you need it or no.


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About Colleen Madsen

Colleen is the founder of 365 Less Things and lives in Newcastle, Australia.