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Parveen S

Location: Auckland
Type of Disability: Sensory
Disability: Blind

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Parveen not only works at The Cookie Project (which is really awesome for us) he also works at Dans Le Noir at Rydges Hotel in Auckland.

Brilliant cricketer

Parveen is the star cricketer in our team. He plays blind cricket and has played in two World Cups for the Blind Caps.

And there’s more

It’s not just cricket that Parveen is into. He also plays lawn bowls, indoor bowls, hockey and blind soccer.

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  1. Hey Parveen,

    Thanks for the awesome cookies. I sure they will go down as delicious treat for my flatmates. It was very encouraging to read your story. Remember it’s not the individual with impairments that needs to conform to society rather it’s society that needs to accommodate diversity this includes different individual’s abilities. Often people look at individual and say the problem lies with them but actually the problem is with the environment that doesn’t allow for diversity! Keep up the good work and never allow people to tell you that you can’t because you can!


  2. Dear Parveen,
    Enrique just gave me your cookies, the cookies made it all the way to Saigon in Vietnam. My team and I operate the Noir. Dining in the Dark, employing blind staff. We also have a restaurant and a flower shop employing deaf staff. In October this year we start a spa with blind therapists.
    Your cookies are awesome and my team and I are halfway the bag already. Just delicious or as we say in Vietnamese; qua ngon!
    On my next visit to Auckland I would love to pass by and say hello in person.
    Until then, xin chao!

  3. Hiya Parveen, I was lucky enough to purchase some of your cookies today in Christchurch from a Trade Aid store. Half of the bag is already gone because they were so delicious. Well done mate on both your personal and professional achievements. The Cookie Project are lucky to have you!

  4. Thank you for making my cookies.
    My God mother bought them for my Christmas present. They taste really good and I can’t stop eating them!😁

  5. Hey friend~ Thanks for my yummy gluten-free choc chip cookies. Getting me through the workday until I have my lunch break haha. Will need to come make cookies with you in the kitchen again sometime soon. Appreciate you!

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