Graeme Dingle Foundation

Community Organisation

Graeme Dingle Foundation
Auckland
5 hours ago

🏕️ Three ProjectK schools have recently returned from their wilderness adventures braving the winter cold. 🌲

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

The schools involved were Kelston Girls College, Northcote College and Waitakere College, and the activities they took part in included; tramping, water activities and a solo camping night.

Congrats to all those involved. We hope you all had an amazing time!

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2 days ago

Sharonika finds resilience through Graeme Dingle Foundation

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Teen Sharonika Prasad used to be scared, of life, of opportunity. She lacked self-confidence. ‘‘I had a negative mind set in which I had beliefs that I would never be successful at anything, with a very low self-esteem. ‘‘I made excuses because I had no motivation and little confidence and … View moreTeen Sharonika Prasad used to be scared, of life, of opportunity. She lacked self-confidence. ‘‘I had a negative mind set in which I had beliefs that I would never be successful at anything, with a very low self-esteem. ‘‘I made excuses because I had no motivation and little confidence and I let life pass me by even if it was a wonderful opportunity because I was so afraid of the unknown.’’

Not anymore! Prasad, 18, and the youngest in a family of five, is now working as a caregiver while studying a foundation course at NZMA for occupational therapy and has realised she ‘‘could do anything’’. She is the first in her family to go to university. The South Auckland teen has found her potential with the help of our Foundation that aims to transform young Kiwi lives.

Read more abour Sharonika's story here: bit.ly...

Show your support for Sharonika and other young people by joining our Supporters Group here: bit.ly...

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6 days ago

Brother and sister team give back the secret to success to others

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Lahaina and Hawea Solomon, who grew up in Tokoroa, are leaders helping other youth reach their potential and are pursuing their own dreams at university.

The brother and sister duo were both Head Students, #Stars Peer Mentors and Excellence Award Winners.

They recently caught up with Stuff to … View more
Lahaina and Hawea Solomon, who grew up in Tokoroa, are leaders helping other youth reach their potential and are pursuing their own dreams at university.

The brother and sister duo were both Head Students, #Stars Peer Mentors and Excellence Award Winners.

They recently caught up with Stuff to talk about their journey through our Stars programme.

Learn more about their story here: bit.ly...

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22 days ago

You are greater than any obstacle

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Everyday Kiwi kids are faced with obstacles that can be hard to overcome. All Tamariki deserve the chance to have a great future – sometimes all they need is a helping hand and guidance along the way.

That’s what the Graeme Dingle Foundation does. Our programmes help young people thrive, … View more
Everyday Kiwi kids are faced with obstacles that can be hard to overcome. All Tamariki deserve the chance to have a great future – sometimes all they need is a helping hand and guidance along the way.

That’s what the Graeme Dingle Foundation does. Our programmes help young people thrive, develop confidence in who they are to make the most of their precious lives and become positive contributors to our communities.

We are proud to be the official charity of New Zealand Rugby.

Together we’re showing Kiwi Kids that what they have inside is greater than any obstacle.
Find out more

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29 days ago

Paris’ Story: From wagging school to succeeding in life

The Team from Graeme Dingle Foundation

Across Aotearoa we have amazing tamariki and rangatahi who come through our programmes and experience inspiring transformation journeys.

Paris from the Bay of Plenty recently caught up with Sun Live to discuss her journey and the positive impact that Project K has had on her life.

Kei runga noa … View more
Across Aotearoa we have amazing tamariki and rangatahi who come through our programmes and experience inspiring transformation journeys.

Paris from the Bay of Plenty recently caught up with Sun Live to discuss her journey and the positive impact that Project K has had on her life.

Kei runga noa atu koe Paris! Thank you for inspiring us and leading the way for other rangatahi across the country!

Learn more about Paris' story here: bit.ly...

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