The Christmas Store
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
Further to our last update when I spoke about all our requests being met even before we asked anyone for anything … well that has continued. Our Food Bank was pretty well depleted in the last two weeks … and I sat there last Friday thinking of ways of ‘getting’ more...read more
I was hoping for a bit of a lull in happenings around Breakfast Club ... but it appears that my car, home and thoughts are being bugged ... and time after time what I have been thinking for ... gets answered. - New World’s credits have been at least 25 banana...read more
Well what a first week back at school ... and I am so grateful to New World Southmall for their support over the Christmas period. From the time that school broke up for the holidays until it started again on the 4th of February we received from New World: Over 120...read more
Over the past two weeks, with the generous support of New World, we have been able to deliver to 8 families, large quantities of food. On top of this we have been able to give ice blocks, biscuits and potato chips to families where in total about 40 children are...read more
In 2012 Breakfast Club arranged sponsorship through Lions Club in Bucklands Beach for the Garden to Table initiative to be started at Randwick Park School. This programme taught the students about growing a variety of vegetables within the school grounds in specially...read more
In 2013, with the support of St Kentigern College and Quantum Sport, as well as the sponsorship of Rotary Epsom, 30 students at Randwick Park School will be offered the opportunity of being part of a Sports Academy. St Kentigern College will assist with the coaching...read more
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