The Warriors Community Foundation uses the Warriors' brand name, players and former players to connect, educate and inspire our youth positively and proactively.
We are passionate and skilled at designing and delivering innovative programmes that leverage the Vodafone Warriors' energy, values and mana to promote positive change in physical health, literacy and life skills.
Many of our players were born and raised in New Zealand. This gives our players a unique perspective that allows them to be accessible, authentic and, aspirational to our communities.
31 AUG 2022
Wright Family Foundation has begun a long-term partnership with the Warriors Community Foundation. The focus will be the creative writing programme League in Libraries-Rīki i ngā Whare Pukapuka which focuses on improving literacy achievement in tamariki and Tupu Māia which aims to increase confidence, participation and enjoyment of mental and physical wellbeing for young wāhine in year seven and eight (intermediate) .
18 AUG 2022
Vodafone Warriors fans have once again shown their generosity by making bids totalling more than $33,000 in the special jersey auction to raise funds for the Warriors Community Foundation’s programmes.
primary and intermediate schools visited
hours spent in the community
Tupu Māia Warriors Community Foundation have created a programme for Year 6-8 Wāhine Toa, Tupu Māia. Tupu (grow, foster) Māia – (confidence, boldness)
Prepare to Perform is an exciting, dynamic programme designed to help developing minds and bodies perform at their best, creating skills and wellbeing techniques that last a lifetime.
Creative Writing for Tamariki
Established with the aim of improving literacy achievement in primary schools, League in Libraries encourages children to rediscover the enjoyment of reading and literacy as essential life skills through the support of engaging mentors and role models.