go for zero is more than a low waste & toxin-free store. We are a community of like-minded people that are not willing to compromise our health nor the planet. It is our mission to educate and motivate people to make positive changes.
Can you help us spread the word about products that are better for us and the planet?
…and get paid whilst doing it!
If you have a platform (social media account, website, blog etc.) you can join the Go for Zero Ambassador Programand earn a 10% commission on purchases made through your unique link! (You must follow the application process below). Share this link with your friends, family & followers.
You’ll need to live in Australia and be super passionate about sustainable and/or natural living.
Apply for our ambassador program here. Then email email@example.com with your platform details (social media, blog, website etc.), how you started your toxin-free and/or zero waste journey, and why you would like help us spread the word. Applications will only be considered if they complete both the application and the email.
Did we mention you’ll get a cheeky ambassador discount on the go for zero range for yourself?! This is because we only want you to promote a product if you LOVE it yourself.
Read up on the T&C’s and which products are included here.
The aim of this program is to spread the word and make it easier for people to ‘do good’. Thank you so much for being a part of our mission. Your support means the world to us and the Aussie families that we support.
The GFZ team xx
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