01 DEC 2022
Thousands of Auckland primary school children will have a chance to interact with One New Zealand Warriors players past and present to learn about hauora, thanks to funding from Round the Bays. New Zealand’s largest fun run has named the Warriors Community Foundation as the recipient of this year’s Youth Sports Fund, gifting $10,000 for its Prepare to Perform programme.
Over two thousand jobs will soon be on offer at Auckland’s Mt Smart Stadium and everyone is welcome to apply. On Friday November 11 the Mt Smart Job Fair will be jointly hosted by the Warriors Community Foundation and the Ministry of Social Development (MSD).
The Warriors Community Foundation recently visited Christchurch to deliver their mental & physical wellbeing programme, Prepare to Perform in six primary schools and also support the Global Games at the Ngā Puna Wai Sports Hub.
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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) .
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