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Time for a movie night with the squad! Load up your Netflix and watch these acclaimed documentaries that will inspire you to keep on making a difference:

6 Documentaries to watch after exams

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Ready to do it all again next year?

Let’s make next year’s #40HFNZ even bigger! Lock in the 2017 dates now and continue to help children affected by the Refugee Crisis and let kids be kids again.
New Zealand, you did it. 90,000 of you banded together to make a difference and this year for the #40HFNZ you raised a whopping $1.8 MILLION for children affected by the Syrian Refugee Crisis!

Even better news, the New Zealand Government is contributing an extra $1.6 million to make sure children and their families in Syria are reached with life-saving aid.

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Actor Liam Cunningham from Game of Thrones, and our friend Hussam have seen how Child-Friendly Spaces work in Jordan and they just wanted to thank Kiwis, like you, who have raised money for Syrian children through the #40HFNZ.

Give yourselves a pat on the back.
We can't get enough of this picture of actor Liam Cunningham from 'Game of Thrones' visiting a Child-Friendly Space in Azraq Refugee Camp!

"Today, I’m left with images on my mind of children smiling, not looking up at the sky for what might be being dropped on them. Children drawing flowers, not looking up at fighter jets. There’s humanity, decency and dignity." #40HFNZ
Remember our friend Hussam? After fleeing the Syrian war with his mum and staying in Azraq Refugee Camp, he's now legally resettling in Germany and catching up with actor Liam Cunningham from 'Game of Thrones'!
A huge shoutout to one of our South Island School Partnerships Managers, Alex Hitchmough! Every day, she goes to work and empowers Kiwi youth to make a difference. Her advice?

“Find that thing that’s burning inside you and do everything you can to make that fire burn brighter. Our best work comes from the heart and the world desperately needs more people who have come alive by doing what they...
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Alex Hitchmough - World Vision for Waikato grad

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Keen on making an even bigger change this year? These books will keep you thinking about the world and inspire you to make it an even better place!

Which one do you want to read first? #40HFNZ

5 Inspiring Books to Read that will inspire you to make a difference!

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On Snapchat, we asked you what you'd like to see on this page! So stay tuned for blog posts like: 5 ways to make a difference after the #40HFNZ, young Kiwis who are changing the world, and 5 inspiring books to read!

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An incredible video of Angelina Jolie Pitt in Azraq Refugee Camp using her voice to speak out about the crisis that has affected so many men, women and children - what an inspiration!
We're at Youth Ambassador Camp with our Final 19 today!

Add us on Snapchat and Instagram stories (both "WorldVisionNZ") to see what our campers get up to! #40HFNZ
A big congratulations to our Final 19 Youth Ambassadors who went hardout for the #40HFNZ this year by leading their schools and communities!

They're all heading off to our Leadership Camp this weekend - we can't wait!
A huge shoutout to Elim Christian College who raised just over $40,000 for the #40HFNZ this year!

How much did your school raise this year? Let us know!

$40,000 raised for Syrian refugees

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Every year, Marty from Team Yellow does the #40HFNZ - did you know that he's a World Vision child sponsor too?

Fun fact: When he visited his sponsored child, Anafi, in Malawi, he was gifted a chicken!
It's one of our favourite times of the year, where we get to thank you for all of your hard work and fundraising!

Check out this picture of our CEO, Chris Clarke, Schools Partnership Manager, Emma, and Saint Kentigern students Bella and Lulu with a huge cheque. The senior and junior schools have raised $137,235.76 this year - amazing!
Meet Amira, she's the Supervisor at one of World Vision's Child-Friendly Spaces!

Today's #WorldHumanitarianDay and we're celebrating people like Amira who spend every day working with children so they can learn and play. She says - "A smile of a child is worth everything in this world. I love my work." We think that's incredible!
#TBT In 2014, you raised money for Malawi, where food shortages meant families and children only ate one meal a day.

The good news? With the money you've raised through the #40HFNZ, here's one community that's thriving. Amidst the drought, there's heaps of food growing here!

This is the real power of the 40 Hour Famine!