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Heart Kids

With no cure for a childhood heart condition, Heart Kids NZ is committed to providing lifelong, vital services at no cost to ensure all those impacted will feel supported, informed, educated, and connected.

Heart families can be faced with separation, isolation, stress, financial hardship, and loneliness during their journey. The future is uncertain, and these families need support.

Heart Kids NZ is the only national organisation in Aotearoa NZ dedicated to providing that support.

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Amnesty International

Amnesty International Aotearoa New Zealand is one of over 70 national offices within the global Amnesty movement.

The first Amnesty group in Aotearoa New Zealand was founded in 1965, and the organisation was officially incorporated the following year. Since then the group have worked to fight human rights violations around the world as well as promoting human rights in Aotearoa through research, lobbying, and the amazing work of supporters across the motu.

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Māia Collective

Māia Collective is a kaupapa Māori organisation whose vision is to create intergenerational transformation and increase wellbeing. We exist to serve wāhine and to provide kaupapa Māori high-quality respite care, tuakana-teina mentoring and coaching, and community development wananga/workshops that support the wellbeing of whānau Māori and Pasifika and other indigenous and marginalised communities.

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Action Education

Action Education work with approximately 10,000 rangatahi annually, with over 90% of participants saying that their involvement in Action Education’s programmes has had a positive impact on their overall wellbeing.

Established in 1981, and working across Aotearoa, Spoken Word Poetry is used to engage with youth.  They fundamentally believe that creativity is essential for wellbeing and through professional mentorship who nurture and hone the innate talent of each individual. 

The power of this artform is in its accessibility and directness, it belongs to anyone and everyone who is willing to tell their story. Their programmes are free, welcoming, culturally safe, responsive and fun.

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Unicef Aotearoa

UNICEF is the United Nations Children's Fund. For more than 77 years, we've been working to protect the rights of children in over 192 countries and territories around the world. UNICEF provides more children with clean water, life-saving food and vaccines, education, and protection from violence than any other humanitarian organisation. Working in some of the world’s toughest places, reaching the furthest from help, the most disadvantaged and the most at risk, including in the Pacific region. In everything we do, the most vulnerable children and those in greatest need have priority. This is the work UNICEF does every day – health, education, a fair go and protection, for every child, everywhere.