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We have strong connections in our communities, and our people do too.
Our staff members suggest where we can make a big difference in their communities, through sharing our Employee Community Fund.
A small donation can make a really big difference to community groups and projects.
We’ve helped schools and pre-schools, sports teams and groups that support families. Our Fund has bought sports uniforms and equipment, paid for events, and supported travel and accommodation. We’ve bought BBQs, a dog-training frame, playground equipment and gardening tools.
Carefully targeted donations, suggested by our people, make a difference for thousands of people in New Zealand communities.
2014 WE STARTED THE FUND
100+ DONATIONS GIVEN SINCE WE STARTED
at Pukekohe Intermediate School by funding kits to build programmable Christmas trees which play tunes and flash LEDs in sequence.
to attend Waipahihi School's Ironkidz event, attended by over 700 people.
with new uniforms. The Melville United Under 13s recieved a newset of jerseys and training balls.
to help students with their digital learning capabilities at Kowhai Intermediate School.
for Age Concern, Hamilton as part of the World Elder Abuse Awareness Week.
with new singlets and shorts for the basketball team.
at the Otuemotai kindergarten for the children to learn and play in.
by upgrading barbeque facilities at the Hillsborough Junior Athletics Club (HJAC) which provides a supportive environment that develops the athletics skills of children.
by sponsoring the workshops aimed at teaching kids how to provide food for themselves, their families, and to have fun doing it.
at St Mary's Northcote (primary school) for special needs teachers to attend seminars to provide them with skills and teaching strategies to help children reach their full learning potential.
for Waka Ama Pakuranga Original Novice Mens team.
by supplying robots used for robotics classes run by OMG Tech! with children aged 7-12, in low-decile communities and schools.