Written by Warriors Community Foundation & Richard Becht
Pioneer Pie Co. new partners of Warriors Community Foundation and League in Libraries
Say kia ora to our newest partners Pioneer Pie Co.
Foundation CEO Lincoln Jefferson is delighted with the new collaboration.
“Having Pioneer Pie Co. on board as sponsors for League in Libraries is great news for the foundation as they have such a fantastic community focus with some amazing pies to boot. Their support will ensure we can reach even more tamariki and our creative writing competition in 2022,” he said
Pioneer Pie Co. MD Tyrone Campbell says: “We are a small family business on a mission to bring one of our national dishes forward to the 21st century.
“We are lucky enough to work directly with some of the best farms in the country to create our award-winning pies, every one of them hand-crafted using only the freshest ingredients from sustainable farming to produce pies of the highest quality.
“We have all the Kiwi classics we grew up with along with a vast range of premier, organic, veg/vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free options.”
Please check out their website: https://pioneerpies.co.nz
League in Libraries takes place in term one across schools and kura nationwide. This year, for the first time, there is a reo category for children to submit their written stories.
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