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Developing youth in sports to encourage positive personal outcomes that effect community change
To tackle Tall Poppy Syndrome in Aotearoa, to transform communities.
We are a dedicated community across Aotearoa committed to keeping our environment clean, safe and beautiful.
We contribute to building a just and caring society where all people lead the lives they choose and value.
Here at Pathway Charitable Group we are about helping people make a fresh start. That's why we offer support with accommodation, employment and prison reintegration.
Our vision is to be an active part of helping the people of Upper Hutt grow to become mentally, socially, economically and spiritually stronger.
We empower youth through adventurous experiences to lead lives that make a positive difference.
OKE connects South Auckland Schools and Communities to ‘Grow Mighty Kids’ through outdoor classrooms.
We work to empower dog owners so they can provide their dogs with the most fulfilling and happy life, by providing the tools and advice to do so.
Providing positive youth mentoring and youth development programmes to families in Southern Dunedin since 2002.
Giving the gift of life-changing speech language therapy to children with Down syndrome.
Centre Stage Taupo strives to provide exciting theatre craft experiences, and to produce and encourage creative opportunities for everyone in the Taupo area.
Be a catalyst to improve the future quality of life for New Zealanders impacted by neurological conditions.
A safer Aotearoa for all. The House of Gabriel Wahi o Te Haumaru offers wrap-around social and navigation services to whanau experiencing family violence.
Connect-Educate & Inspire! Our mission is to deliver initiatives that promote positive social outcomes that are relevant and topical. Our foundation will enable us to tailor initiatives that can deliver stronger more resilient communities.
We build strong kids, strong families, strong communities, through investing in the next generation.
Everyone's brains are wired a little differently! Mind Over Manner celebrates these differences and provides creative workshops to create social change for our neurodiverse young people.
Providing New Zealanders with useful information that helps them to avoid becoming a victim of crime, and supporting organisations that help the victims of crime or work to prevent crime.
We are all about getting people ‘into wetlands’ through education, networking, training and information sharing, and through field outings and wetland trails to help people visit and enjoy wetlands.
We aim to be part of solving three huge problems we have in NZ: food waste, food poverty, and social isolation.
We support people and businesses to value the environment by prioritising sustainability.
Our mahi is centred on rangatahi: giving them the support they need to achieve their dreams and reach their potential, whatever that may be.
Kaipātiki Project is an innovative eco-hub growing sustainable future for people and nature.
Our mission is to provide a village of support within a safe, respectful and understanding environment, that fits in with our busy lives and modern living. To foster a sense of belonging and well being in our community.
InsideOUT works to give rainbow young people in Aotearoa New Zealand a sense of safety and belonging in their schools and communities.
To promote a quality of life that maximizes potential, choice and independence for people with brain injury, their families/Whanau and their community.
Kaitūao o te Taitonga | Volunteer South seeks to celebrate, support, highlight and motivate volunteering in the Southern region of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Brave Hearts NZ (Manawa Kaha Aotearoa) provides support services for families & friends close to a person addicted to substance use.
Providing transformative support through all forms of grief and loss
We are Seed Waikato - a charity that creates space for personal growth opportunities and whanaungatanga for young people in the Waikato.
Neighbourhood Support is a nationwide community-led movement that brings people together to create safe, resilient and connected communities.
Unlocking the potential of people with disabilities through education, employment, and opportunity.
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