The Little Miracles Trust
Nourishing Hearts: Making Difficult Starts Easier
Parents with a baby in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit face tough choices if they're also experiencing financial pressures. Do they look after family at home or spend time with their baby at the hospital? In one South Auckland Hospital, The Little Miracles Trust stepped in to provide a freezer filled with nutritious meals to ease the burden for exhausted families.
Garden to Table
Growing Together: A Cultural Bridge for International Students
Garden to Table's programme at Torbay School is a journey for international students that goes beyond food education. Planting, harvesting, preparing and sharing kai, art projects, and animal encounters shape a well-rounded experience that also fosters language skills, teamwork, and social adaptability.
Digital Future Aotearoa
Coding for All: Giving More Kiwi Kids the Opportunity to Be Tomorrow’s Tech Leaders.
Code Club is an initiative by our partner charity, Digital Future Aotearoa. They're opening doors to computer programming education for kids of all backgrounds regardless of financial, cultural, or geographical barriers.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren
A Break for Grandparent Carers
A growing number of grandparents suddenly find themselves in the role of full-time parents to their grandchildren. The responsibilities are often magnified because of the trauma these children have experienced. It can be overwhelming. A recent respite camp initiative by our partner charity, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, gave these grandparents some downtime and introduced the kids to new adventures.
Youth-Led Puāwai Festival: Aorangi's Inspiring Story
As a young teen Mum in Whangārei, Aorangi struggled with her mental health and wellbeing. She didn’t always know where to find support. After attending a Regional Youth Hui run by our partner charity, Inspiring Stories, Aorangi was the catalyst for the Puāwai Festival – an event focused on wellbeing for young people.
Caring Through Kai: 10 Million Meals Rescued
As New Zealand’s first food rescue organisation, Kaibosh has been diverting good food into the bellies of good people, instead of landfill, since 2008. Read about Kaibosh's milestones, news, and achievements since moving to Alumni Charity status with One Percent Collective in 2022.
Rare Disorders New Zealand
Uniting to Be Seen and Supported
There are more people in Aotearoa New Zealand living with a rare disorder than the population of Wellington. Feeling isolated and invisible are common experiences for those affected. Rare Disorders NZ are empowering the rare disorder community to feel seen, connected and heard.
Alumni Charity Update: SpinningTop
SpinningTop supports the children of vulnerable and disadvantaged communities on the Thailand-Myanmar border, and the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh. They’re giving these kids something most of us took for granted when we were young – the opportunity to just be kids.
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