2018 success stories
Published on 20 March 2019
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GG’s Flowers and Hampers won the Better Business category at the 2018 Grand Final. Their dream is to provide meaningful employment nationwide for people with disabilities.
Nip Wijewickrema’s younger sister Gayana has Down syndrome and knowing she would not have the same job opportunities as Nip and her sisters, Nip co-founded GG’s to help her sister and others with disabilities live a life of purpose and without welfare dependency.
GG’s Flowers and Hampers are just one of the many success stories that are making a huge difference in Australian communities.
Through Sunsuper's Dreams for a Better World program and a share of $150,000 in grants not-for-profit organisations and small businesses are improving the lives of thousands of Australians.
See more success stories, like Greenbatch from Perth or Autism Swim from Sydney.
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