The Warriors Community Foundation tackle social issues with programmes and community initiatives that support mental health, anti-bullying, literacy, and other wellbeing skills that support success for our tamariki, rangatahi and whānau.
The 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 One New Zealand Warriors' energy, values and mana to promote positive change in physical health, literacy and life skills.
15 SEP 2023
Own a piece of Warriors history by bidding on player worn, signed jerseys to support the Warriors Community Foundation.
20 JUN 2023
Indigenous youth leaders from all seventeen NRL clubs recently descended on Sydney on to begin the 11th NRL Indigenous Youth Summit. Representing the One NZ Warriors over the course of the week were students from Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Kaikohe and Saint Thomas of Canterbury in Christchurch.
Children reached since 2021
Primary and intermediate schools visited since 2021
Hours spent in the community since 2021
The foundation is committed to delivering community coaching clinics purposely built to suit the needs of the coaches attending The clinics can vary in duration and content. For more information please contact Charlotte Scanlan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Disability & Inclusion
A collaboration between Disability Sport Auckland, New Zealand Rugby League, Auckland Rugby League, Counties Manukau Rugby League and Warriors Community Foundation.
Skills, Drills & Fun Games
Give it a go with our awesome skills, drills and fun games offering. This can be part of a bigger event or we can create something specific for your needs whether it's a club muster, community event or whānau day at your school. Email us at email@example.com for more information.