Kaibosh provide enough food for Hutt based youth health service Vibe to more than triple the amount of Lunchtime Drop In sessions they run in local high schools, where they provide a free lunch and make important connections with young people.
Te Aro School is about as vibrant and bustling a learning environment as any kid could hope for. Hidden away at the south end of The Terrace, Te Aro is overseen by its remarkable principal, Sue Clement, and teaches children from over forty nationalities and cultural backgrounds. Te Aro is one of six Wellington schools engaged in the Garden to Table program.
Mt Roskill school Wesley Primary lays the foundations for healthier kids as they kick off their Garden to Table programme. Wesley teacher Ana Tonga and principal Brenda Martin share the vision of what this will mean for their school.
From the mean streets up north to a tightrope of homelessness, mental health and substance abuse issues, Tim bravely shares his journey with DCM Wellington back into housing and health.
Peter Burke breaks the chains of addiction and homelessness to live a life helping others.
Singer, dancer, maker, artist, 4 year old.