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As we approach the women's Rugby World Cup final at Eden Park this Saturday, we take a closer look at ChildFund Rugby, the tournament's principal charity partner.Continue reading
A partnership between three of New Zealand’s most well-known NGOs today launched a new project aimed at ending violence against children in Solomon IslandsContinue reading
Here's a six month update on what's happening in Betio, Kiribati with thanks to support from the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade along with generous Kiwi supporters.Continue reading
ChildFund CEO Mark Collins writes that a BBC report this month about social media platform TikTok taking a cut of up to 70% of donations intended for Syrian refugees highlights the importance of giving through registered and reputable charities.Continue reading
Little Lily Beaumont received something extra special from her parents on her first birthday on October 9th and it wasn't a toy! It was an early introduction to the joy of giving.Continue reading
Over 11,000 calls have been received by the 1-Tok helpline in Papua New Guinea in the last year. Each of those callers have accessed support to overcome gender-based and domestic violence.Continue reading
Meet Selima, a youth program manager from ChildFund Kiribati who is also an accomplished table tennis player and says the life-skills she has learned through taking part in the sport, including teamwork, patience, discipline, and hard work, help in her work now.
The Race to Rugby World Cup sees adventurers Ron Rutland and Adam Nunn undertaking an epic quest to cycle 16,500km from Tokyo to Auckland to raise funds for ChildFund Rugby, the principal charity of the women’s Rugby World Cup playing from 8 October to 12 November 2022, and to deliver the whistle for the opening match.
This article is not about the 5 top parenting advice tips for 2022, or about being the perfect parent but rather it’s a look at how being a mindful, positive parent helps no matter where in the world you live.Continue reading
Just like in Aotearoa, schools in Kenya need access to a sustainable, clean water source ensure proper hygiene and a strong learning environment for students. Here's a quick update on some of our water projects in Emali, Kenya.