KidsCanNZ
yesterday at 20:10. Facebook
Tickets are selling fast for the Cloudy Bay Clams Chefs on Tour event on the 10th of February in sunny Blenheim, Marlborough.

The event features some of the Pacific Rim’s most renowned chefs, one from as far away as Hong Kong! We are so thrilled that these culinary champions are donating their time to raise money for KidsCan.

Tickets are $185 per person (including food and beverage) from...
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KidsCanNZ
yesterday at 06:00. Facebook
Tickets are selling fast for the Cloudy Bay Clams Chefs on Tour event on the 16th of February in sunny Blenheim, Marlborough.

The event features some of the Pacific Rim’s most renowned chefs, one from as far away as Hong Kong! We are so thrilled that these culinary champions are donating their time to raise money for KidsCan.

Tickets are $185 per person from Allan Scott Wines. Phone 03 572...
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KidsCanNZ
01/18/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
"Dear KidsCan
Money is tight for many of our families, and while we waive school fees and donations, it would be impossible for the school alone to feed and clothe our children, even though there is a need for this help. With KidsCan’s support, no child ever goes hungry at Tui Glen School.
Attendance has improved over the past three years due to the school being able to provide morning tea...
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KidsCanNZ
01/17/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
New Zealand Child and Youth Epidemiology Service director Dr Jean Simpson said living in poverty has serious implications for a child's health, well-being and life outcomes.

"Research tells us that children living in the most disadvantaged communities are about 18 times more likely to miss out a visit to the GP when they are unwell due to a lack of transport to get there than those in the...
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'Significant, enduring' child poverty in New Zealand according to Child Poverty Monitor

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KidsCanNZ
01/16/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
KidsCan has 1,490 Kiwi kids waiting for our support right now as schools head back in two weeks. This means too many children will be heading back to school with no food and inadequate clothing and shoes.

We are encouraging more caring Kiwis to support a child today. Find our more at: [ Bit.ly Link ]
KidsCanNZ
01/14/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
**Pic of the week**

Who loves monkey bars!?
KidsCanNZ
01/13/2017 at 04:00. Facebook
Things that seem like a small gesture to you, may feel like the world to someone else.
KidsCanNZ
01/12/2017. Facebook
Sadly we have 1,490 children in 17 schools waiting for our help right now.

"Most families experiencing hardship try very hard to do their best for their children but with help from KidsCan this stress can be minimised. The impact of regular healthy food in their diet, good footwear and warm dry clothing should not be underestimated. Gains in self-esteem because they are as well dressed as...
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KidsCanNZ
01/11/2017. Facebook
Food for thought...
KidsCanNZ
01/09/2017. Facebook
With the new school year about to begin, KidsCan has 1,490 children from Northland to Nelson waiting for help with food, clothing and healthcare.

“We all have a responsibility to ensure our communities and the children in them can thrive and have the chance to grow into contributing members of society. Our future productivity depends on these children making the most of their educational...
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KidsCanNZ
01/07/2017. Facebook
**Pic of the week**

Healthy kids with full tummies = happy kids!
KidsCanNZ
01/05/2017. Facebook
You can't beat days at the beach with loved ones!

In Aotearoa we are lucky to have so many beautiful beaches to choose from. What's your favourite?
KidsCanNZ
01/05/2017. Facebook
Everything we do, we do for little guys like this. Food to fill hungry tummies, clothing and shoes to keep them protected and dry, and health and hygiene products to keep them clean and cared for.

Join us on our journey creating a New Zealand where all children get to the start line ready to learn at school.
KidsCanNZ
01/04/2017. Facebook
The talented KING Homeboy-Beat Boxing Legend has set himself a 100 DAY DANCE CHALLENGE/100 NIGHT BEATBOX CHALLENGE

He will be busking on Queen Street for a few hours every day and night raising money for KidsCan - very ambitious!

He told us, "I too believe in helping out OUR CHILDREN here in NZ who feel that their current living conditions is normal when it is not. I just can't help myself...
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KidsCanNZ
01/03/2017. Facebook
Breaking the poverty cycle is the best thing we can do for disadvantaged New Zealand children. By ensuring all kids are fed and healthy we are providing them with the tools they need to learn and engage at school.

Like if you agree that education opens up the door to opportunities and brighter futures.
KidsCanNZ
01/02/2017. Facebook
A word from our CEO, Julie Chapman!
KidsCanNZ
12/31/2016. Facebook
Happy New Year to everyone in the KidsCan whanau. We hope you have a great start to the year - we are looking forward to all we can achieve together for our kids.

Thumbs up 2017!
KidsCanNZ
12/30/2016. Facebook
Thanks to all of you for an amazing 2016! We are looking forward to a big 2017 and helping even more Kiwi kids reach their dreams.
KidsCanNZ
12/30/2016. Facebook
KidsCanNZ
12/29/2016. Facebook
"New Zealanders are starting to wake up to the serious problem we face. We are in real danger of creating pockets of a third generation of ingrained poverty - which seriously impacts children's health, ability to learn and contribute to society,"

"I accept it's not the sort of abject poverty you see on the banks of the Ganges River - but it's not what we want for our children. It is...
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