Our Mahi

Our goal is to deliver initiatives that promote positive social outcomes that are relevant and topical, our foundation will enable us to tailor initiatives that can deliver stronger more resilient communities. Our current programmes are:

Game Day Activities

Mini Mods programs-link-arrow-icon

Start them young! Would you like to see your mini mod team play at Go Media Stadium, Mt Smart as the curtain raiser to the One NZ Warriors game in the 2025 season? Our 2024 season is fully booked but we are taking registration of interest from clubs across Aotearoa. Please note, completing the registration does not mean you will have an automatic spot as there is always a high demand for all games throughout the season.


Community Coaching programs-link-arrow-icon

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

Disability & Inclusion

Wheelchair Rugby League programs-link-arrow-icon

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

Have a Go Days programs-link-arrow-icon

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 for more information.


Tupu Māia programs-link-arrow-icon

Tupu Māia Warriors Community Foundation have created a programme for Year 7-8 Wāhine Toa, Tupu Māia. Five sessions are delivered by our community activators which culminates in a festival day at Go Media Stadium.,

Wellbeing -Hauora

Prepare to Perform - Whakarite ki te Mahi programs-link-arrow-icon

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

League in Libraries - Rīki i ngā Whare Pukapuka programs-link-arrow-icon

2024 League in Libraries is back! Entries are open until Friday 5 July 2024 at 3pm. For more information please email us at

Respectful Relationships

Voice against Violence programs-link-arrow-icon

Being developed in partnership with the National Rugby League (NRL), the Voice against Violence programme will exist to improve awareness of the issues surrounding family violence through informed discussion and an understanding of personal responsibility.


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