Sydney and/or Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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+61.421.99 55 22  

No solicitation calls please.

Only volunteers and philanthropic projects or projects to increase awareness of important issues impacting population health & well being.  Inspired by the earth-bag water tower project in Vanuatu. 

Prior projects we've worked on include encouraging law changes for end of life care, awareness building of gender issues and equality, new forms of communication/plain language summaries, disadvantaged population support projects and more. 

In villages where water is scarce...
We are a collaboration of individuals from music industries, education, social services, law, and other entertainment sectors who want to make changes in our world for the next generation in a 'pay it forward' type of way. One to One. One to Many.

One Generation at a Time - but in our lifetime. 

Whether that's helping children with Autism and other communication challenges or building cyclone-resistant shelters and water storage tanks or helping reduce social harms, our volunteers are dedicated to change.  
Not in 100 years, but in our lifetimes and the one that follows.  

About One Generation Changes

Projects designed to make a difference in our lifetime and directly for the generation that follows.

We aim for One Generation Changes

Next Generations. Our Lives, Our Passions. Our Life time.

We also help promote informative books and well-being research.

In small hamlets or big cities....
In family and school settings...
​Across the globe...
One Generation Changes projects - Connie May - This Way In To Music
One Generation Changes

Connie May, MHST is a Digital Marketing, SEO and Communications Strategist for ONE GENERATION CHANGE PROJECTS. She works on increasing engagement for health care, Diff-Ability and well-being services and start ups .

Using the undeniable power of volunteerism, music and video to communicate and change lives.

one Generation changes

Connie May MHST (Project Lead)