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Warriors Community Foundation and Go Media join forces to champion physical and mental wellbeing throughout Aotearoa

Written by Go Media & warriors.kiwi

The Warriors Community Foundation and Go Media have forged a powerful partnership that will see a collective effort to improve mental and physical wellbeing through the mana of the One New Zealand Warriors.

This collaboration is a natural union, combining the foundation's educational programmes centred around mental and physical health with Go Media's long-standing dedication to supporting the community.

“Mike Gray and his team at Go Media are passionate about supporting community organisations that are making a positive impact on tamariki and rangatahi,” said Warriors Community Foundation CEO Lincoln Jefferson.

“With Go Media’s support we can create healthier, more confident communities across the motu.”

Mike Gray, managing director and Go Media’s co-founder, is equally enthusiastic.

"On discovering the remarkable mahi that Lincoln and the Warriors Community Foundation are undertaking at the grassroots level in Aotearoa, we immediately recognised the synergy between our two organisations and were eager to extend our support," said Gray.

The recent naming rights announcement of Go Media Stadium, Mt Smart further solidified the association between Go Media and the Warriors Community Foundation, making it an obvious choice.

"As a company wholeheartedly committed to immersing ourselves in the communities we serve, we take immense pride in welcoming the Warriors Community Foundation into our whānau and strive to do the same with all tenants of the stadium," said Gray.

Photo caption: Left to right - Andrea Rongonui, Go Media Director; Lincoln Jefferson, CEO Warriors Community Foundation; Mike Gray, Go Media Managing Director.

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