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  • The Graeme Dingle Foundation: Looking forward to a bright, shiny tomorrow

    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.

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  • Kiwi Can: Off to an awesome start

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

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  • Stars: Making the leap!

    Stars is our innovative, interactive Year 9 programme that offers motivation and positive support through Year 12 and 13 mentoring to students when they're making that (sometimes tricky!) transition from primary to secondary school.

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  • 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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  • 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! However Career Navigator can help. With valuable info, options and guidance around work and life choices, along with support in terms of achieving goals, and aiming high.

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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.

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  • News

    Help Kmart support Kiwi kids stay stronger together

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  • Press Releases

    Timaru's The Courier,Timaru:Caroline Bay mass planting

    Caroline Bay mass plantingTimaru's The Courier, Timaru, General News, 21 Sep 2017

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    Team effort plants 1000 trees

    STEPPING UP to enhance their community, pupils from St Anne's Catholic School in Woolston and year 7 and 8 students from Linwood College came together to plant almost 1000 natives at Charlesworth Reserve last week.

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    Southern View,Christchurch:Team effort plants 1000 trees

    Team effort plants 1000 treesSouthern View, Christchurch, General News, 26 Sep 2017

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    Daily Post,Rotorua Bay of Plenty:Big fundraiser ahead

    Big fundraiser aheadDaily Post, Rotorua Bay of Plenty, General News, 23 Sep 2017

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    Big fundraiser ahead

    This year's Rotorua Charities FUN'raiser, presented by the Rotary Clubs, is being held on November 17, 12pm to 4pm, at the Energy Events Centre.

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    The Press,Christchurch:Proud history is made when entrepreneurs gather

    Proud history is made when entrepreneurs gatherThe Press, Christchurch, Business News, TOM HOOPER, 22 Sep 2017

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    Proud history is made when entrepreneurs gather

    Social entrepreneurs, investors and community leaders from around the world arrive in Christchurch next week for the Social Enterprise World Forum, the biggest conference the city has hosted since the quakes.

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  • News

    From AUT Sociology Graduate to Programme and Mentor recruitment coordinator at Graeme Dingle Foundation

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    Timaru's The Courier,Timaru:Bay gets 3000 native plants

    Bay gets 3000 native plantsTimaru's The Courier, Timaru, General News, Claire Allison, 21 Sep 2017

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    Bay gets 3000 native plants

    A Kiwi Can project has resulted in 3000 native plants being planted on Caroline Bay to protect the foreshore.

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    Marlborough Midweek,Blenheim, NZ:Educating the masses

    Educating the massesMarlborough Midweek, Blenheim, NZ, General News, Paula Hulburt, 21 Sep 2017

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    Educating the masses

    Primary school children in Picton are hoping to sign up to a key life lessons programme.

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    Waikato Times,Hamilton Waikato:SIR GRAEME DINGLE TOLD: 'You're a boring person'

    SIR GRAEME DINGLE TOLD: 'You're a boring person'Waikato Times, Hamilton Waikato, General News, Libby Wilson, 20 Sep 2017

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    SIR GRAEME DINGLE TOLD: 'You're a boring person'

    Some people would take offence at being called boring.

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    Co-ordinator of the mentoring service, Family Works Sponsored by Crown Sheet Metal

    If you find something difficult then you should do more of it. I strongly believe this is what helps build resilence and increases self confidence.

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    Blenheim Sun,Blenheim:Co-ordinator of the mentoring service, Family Works Sponsored by Crown Sheet Metal

    Co-ordinator of the mentoring service, Family Works Sponsored by Crown Sheet MetalBlenheim Sun, Blenheim, General News, 13 Sep 2017

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    Southland Express,Southland Invercargill:Sanford's loss is Southland's gain as Tommy Foggo readies for retirement

    Sanford's loss is Southland's gain as Tommy Foggo readies for retirementSouthland Express, Southland Invercargill, General News, 14 Sep 2017

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    Sanford's loss is Southland's gain as Tommy Foggo readies for retirement

    Sanford's loss is Southland's gain as Tommy Foggo readies for retirement

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    David's Story

    Hi my name is David. I might look like your ordinary 11 year old but the challenges I have faced and the struggles I have been through is what makes me different.

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