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2017 is our third year where we will be inviting 150 families and giving presents to 1,000 children
We assist Principals in low decile schools to remove obstacles that restrict participation in the school curriculum
If you can help a child, you do not have to spend years trying to repair an adult
St Kentigern College donating Food from their Food Drive each term to Breakfast Club
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
We want to say a big thank you to all of the people who have donated food over the last few weeks. New Hope Church in Botany delivered to my place hundreds of dollars of groceries for Glen Innes School. Hubbards Cereals gave us 5 pallets of cereals and also delivered...read more
One of the things we noticed on our first visits to our new school in Glen Innes was that none of the children had any proper shoes, if they had any on at all. This was at the start of winter and we knew that we had to try and help with this as soon as possible. I...read more
Donations come to us here at the breakfast club in all sorts of shapes and sizes some of them rather large. Here are just a few stories of donations recently received that have let us help the community with more than just food..One of our staff members talked to us...read more
We are so grateful for the on going support of so many people on a regular basis. Today I thought I would high light one of them - St Kentigern College have been working hard for us for some time now, their principal Steve Cole has a fantastic "make it happen"...read more
At the end of June, two Year 8 students from Albany Junior High School, Maitreyi Jain and Hannah Waller, sent out an email to a number of organisations involved in Poverty and Food in Schools, asking them to assist their school in their chosen topic … “NZ charities -...read more
Just prior to our Herald Article, Brenda and I went to our local MP and advised him what was about to be published in the Herald the next day, concerning a group of people in his Electorate, and what they were doing that was making a difference in Manurewa. We asked...read more
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