The Christmas Store
The Christmas Store of 2015 was a great success with 108 hams going out to families and over $30,000 worth of donated food and presents.
Thanks to all that helped.
We assist Principals in low decile schools to remove obstacles that restrict participation in the school curriculum
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St Kentigern Currens School for Girls, donating shoes to Glen Innes schools
Breakfast Club were asked to be guardians for “Waru” who went from playing rugby in Te Araroa to the Crusaders Academy.
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LATEST NEWS FROM THE BREAKFAST CLUB
This Christmas, on the 23rd of December 2015 we are creating a Christmas Store (last Christmas we fed 600 at our Christmas Banquet but we are too large to continue with Banquets)read more
October was a great month for Breakfast Club… we had two phone calls from Foodbanks that we support, saying that they were both out of rice and one of them needed cereal.read more
On the 23rd of December 2015 we are turning the Glen Innes School Hall into a Mini New World and having the Social Workers at our 5 schools invite up to 100 families to come and be blessed with food from Christmas Box Hampers; Hubbard’s Cereal; New World Eastridge Grocers and Hams; Gatting’s Caterers Dessert Hampers.read more
Most of our activities are happening in the area of Sports… and we are blessed to have BLK Sport, Shoe Clinic and the two Rotarys (Auckland East and Epsom) on board. Both of the boys at St Kentigern’s College are fully kitted out with running shoes, rugby boots and training gear from our sponsors… and of course food from New World Eastridge.read more
Just prior to Christmas we received a $15,000 donation from someone that wished to remain anonymous… and that kind of started the ball rolling in Christmas and then this happened.read more
When we came up with the idea of putting on a Christmas Banquet for 600 … we had no idea how we could find about $9,000 to fund it when this happened …read more