Top Bosses given ‘shake up’ to take the plunge!

Our youth face many challenges in this ever-changing world, so we are asking bosses to accept their own challenge, go outside their comfort zone and take part in Drop Your Boss where they will plummet 192 metres off the Sky Tower at around 85km/hr.  

See who’s taking the plunge here.

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  • Graeme Dingle Foundation
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  • The Graeme Dingle Foundation: Transforming young lives forever

    If our kids are educated, confident, have bucket-loads of self-esteem and are healthy and motivated then that's got to be great news for the future of our country, right? So let's make it happen - see what's on offer at the Graeme Dingle Foundation.


    Visit Graeme Dingle Foundation
  • Kiwi Can: Off to an awesome start

    Kiwi Can is our energy-packed primary school programme, aimed at children aged 5 to 12 years. It teaches values such as integrity and respect, and delivers fun-filled learning to schools all around the country.


    Visit Kiwi Can
  • Stars: Helping to support Kiwi kids stay stronger together

    Our Stars programme strengthens young people for that often-tricky transition into high school, through training and supporting older students to mentor and walk alongside the new year 9’s.


    Visit Stars
  • Career Navigator: The sky's the limit

    "What are you going to do when you grow up?" Not a lot of teens know the answer to that old chestnut! Career Navigator helps by assisting NZ's youth with valuable information, options and guidance around work and life choices, support with achieving goals, and aiming high.


    Visit Career Navigator
  • Project K: Shaping the future

    Project K kicks in at a time when some kids need it most. Designed for Year 10's, this programme builds confidence, teaches life skills, promotes good health and encourages a positive attitude. What's not to love.


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  • MYND: Back on track

    Teenage years can be a tough time for many. But if problem situations are caught early and given a chance - given the right support - lives can be tuned around. That's what MYND is all about.


    Visit MYND

News


  • Press Releases

    Bay of Plenty Times,Tauranga Bay of Plenty:Teen dreams of gold medals in pool 

    Teen dreams of gold medals in poolBay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty, General News, Sandra Conchie, 19 Apr 2018

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  • News

    Kiwi Can making waves 

    Our Kiwi Can programme is making waves and empowering children in 100 schools around Aotearoa.

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  • Press Releases

    The Post - Franklin & North Waikato,Auckland:Changes happening at Pukekohe North School 

    Changes happening at Pukekohe North SchoolThe Post - Franklin & North Waikato, Auckland, General News, 17 Apr 2018

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    Franklin County News, Auckland: Importance of respect 

    Importance of respect Franklin County News, Auckland, General News, 17 Apr 2018

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    Franklin County News,Auckland:Importance of respect 

    Importance of respectFranklin County News, Auckland, General News, 17 Apr 2018

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    Timaru Herald,Timaru Canterbury:Ride funds dished out 

    Ride funds dished outTimaru Herald, Timaru Canterbury, General News, Joanne Holden, 14 Apr 2018

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    NZ Dairy Exporter,New Zealand:Sheep farmers' daughter 

    Sheep farmers' daughterNZ Dairy Exporter, New Zealand, General News, Karen Trebilcock, 01 Apr 2018

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    NZ Dairy Exporter, New Zealand: Sheep farmers' daughter 

    Sheep farmers' daughterNZ Dairy Exporter, New Zealand, General News, Karen Trebilcock, 01 Apr 2018

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    Ruapehu Bulletin, King Country Ohakune:Ambulance station marks five years 

    Ambulance station marks five years Ruapehu Bulletin, King Country Ohakune, General News, 10 Apr 2018

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    Ruapehu Bulletin,King Country Ohakune:Ambulance station marks five years 

    Ambulance station marks five yearsRuapehu Bulletin, King Country Ohakune, General News, 10 Apr 2018

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    Western News,Christchurch:Three-week wilderness adventure for students 

    Three-week wilderness adventure for studentsWestern News, Christchurch, General News, 10 Apr 2018

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    Western News, Christchurch: Three-week wilderness adventure for students 

    Three-week wilderness adventure for students Western News, Christchurch, General News, 10 Apr 2018

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  • Press Releases

    Seafood New Zealand,New Zealand:Havelock festival hits the mark 

    Havelock festival hits the markSeafood New Zealand, New Zealand, General News, 01 Apr 2018

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    Seafood New Zealand,New Zealand: Havelock festival hits the mark 

    Havelock festival hits the markSeafood New Zealand, New Zealand, General News, 01 Apr 2018

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  • Press Releases

    Devonport Flagstaff, Auckland:Free advice could save you thousands 

    Free advice could save you thousands Devonport Flagstaff, Auckland, General News, 06 Apr 2018

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  • Press Releases

    Devonport Flagstaff,Auckland:Free advice could save you thousands 

    Free advice could save you thousandsDevonport Flagstaff, Auckland, General News, 06 Apr 2018

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  • News

    MEN! Our boys need your influence! 

    We urgently need men like you to support our great Project K boys to develop confidence and reach their potential.

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  • Press Releases

    Ashburton Guardian, Canterbury: Relationships key for award winners 

    Relationships key for award winnersAshburton Guardian, Canterbury, Supplements, 26 Mar 2018

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    Ashburton Guardian,Canterbury:Relationships key for award winners 

    Relationships key for award winnersAshburton Guardian, Canterbury, Supplements, 26 Mar 2018

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  • Press Releases

    Adecco continue their support 

    Adecco New Zealand are part of The Adecco Group the world’s leading HR solutions partner.

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