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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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  • Events

    DROP YOUR BOSS AND HELP TRANSFORM YOUNG LIVES FOREVER

    Pierre van Heerden (Sanitarium), Mark Singleton (COTTON ON Group), Tracey Hickman (Genesis Energy) and Luke Hinchey (Chapman Tripp) are just some of the bosses from 20 great companies who have signed up to drop from the top. On September 15, these bosses will drop from a great height. They will plummet 192 meters from the top of the Sky Tower at 85km/hour as part of ‘Drop Your Boss’ to support Graeme Dingle Foundation.

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  • Press Releases

    Northern News, Kaikohe: Pressure on parents of truant kids needed

    Pressure on parents of truant kids neededNorthern News, Kaikohe, General News, Annette Lambly, 24 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Northern News,Kaikohe:Pressure on parents of truant kids needed

    Pressure on parents of truant kids neededNorthern News, Kaikohe, General News, Annette Lambly, 24 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Gisborne Herald,Gisborne:Community Trusts in Bay of Plenty get funds

    Community Trusts in Bay of Plenty get fundsGisborne Herald, Gisborne, General News, 22 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Gisborne Herald, Gisborne: Community Trusts in Bay of Plenty get funds

    Community Trusts in Bay of Plenty get fundsGisborne Herald, Gisborne, General News, 22 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Bay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty: Acorn offers support to multiple groups

    Acorn offers support to multiple groupsBay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty, General News, Sonya Bateson, 23 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Bay of Plenty Times,Tauranga Bay of Plenty:Acorn offers support to multiple groups

    Acorn offers support to multiple groupsBay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty, General News, Sonya Bateson, 23 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Daily Post,Rotorua Bay of Plenty:Top items at charity auction

    Top items at charity auctionDaily Post, Rotorua Bay of Plenty, General News, Shauni James, 20 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Daily Post, Rotorua Bay of Plenty: Top items at charity auction

    Top items at charity auction Daily Post, Rotorua Bay of Plenty, General News, Shauni James, 20 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Bay of Plenty Times,Tauranga Bay of Plenty:Community benefits from BayTrust grants

    Community benefits from BayTrust grantsBay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty, General News, Ruth Keber, 19 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Bay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty: Community benefits from BayTrust grants

    Community benefits from BayTrust grantsBay of Plenty Times, Tauranga Bay of Plenty, General News, Ruth Keber, 19 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    North Waikato News, Waikato: Kiwi Can recognises Pukemiro pupil

    Kiwi Can recognises Pukemiro pupilNorth Waikato News, Waikato, General News, 17 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Marlborough Midweek, Blenheim, NZ: Kiwi Can kids keep it tidy

    Kiwi Can kids keep it tidyMarlborough Midweek, Blenheim, NZ, General News, Paula Hulburt, 17 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Marlborough Express, Blenheim Marlborough: New courts for Picton pavilion

    New courts for Picton pavilion Marlborough Express, Blenheim Marlborough, General News, ELENA MCPHEE, 15 Aug 2016

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  • Press Releases

    Saturday Express, Blenheim Marlborough: Adventure memorabilia for top boss

    Adventure memorabilia for top boss Saturday Express, Blenheim Marlborough, General News, Maike van der Heide, 13 Aug 2016

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  • News

    Drop Your Boss Auckland

    Thursday 15 September 2016 Sky Tower Auckland

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  • News

    NZX fundraising Dinner - Auckland

    We were privileged to be the recipients for the second year in a row of an NZX sponsored fundraising dinner in July where the guest speaker was the Minister of Finance, Deputy Prime Minister Bill English.

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  • News

    Stars Community Challenge – Kelston Girls

    Kelston Girls College have carried out their Stars programme community project. The project started out with brainstorming sessions between Year 9 mentees and their mentors from the senior school around how to help the environment. Rubbish and litter was brought up a lot during these discussions and the students began thinking about ways to solve the problem of littering around the school.

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  • News

    Kiwi Can - New Hoops for Tamaki Community in the basket

    Tamaki Primary School celebrated new basketball hoops on their courts for the Tamaki Community in Term 2 following a joint project with the Graeme Dingle Foundation and generous supporter Lion.

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  • News

    Fonterra supports our Mentor training day

    We are delighted to have Fonterra onboard with our Career Navigator programme in Manurewa High School.

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