KidsCan is helping Kiwi kids living in hardship reach their full potential and create brighter
futures for themselves.

We provide Kiwi kids in need with food, clothing and health items at school, so they can get into the classroom in a position to learn. KidsCan does this because we believe that education equals opportunity, and all children, regardless of their social economic background should have an equal chance.

For just $15 a month, you can join the thousands of New Zealanders dedicated to changing a child’s life.

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News

Thursday, 16 Nov 2017

Feeding a family of four on just $89 a week? Here's how you do it

 

The Auckland mother of three who manages to feed her family on less than $89 a week says shopping smart and sticking to the basics is the only way she can survive.

Part-time teacher aide Catherine opened up her household books to bust the myth that those struggling to make ends meet are wasting their money.

Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017

Distributing one million food items this term a tremendous task

“It’s a good day for it, surprise, surprise, it’s not raining for a change!”

And with that the early morning quietness of the KidsCan premises is replaced with sound of a clattering opening roller door as operations team member Aroha Rule walks into the warehouse ready for one of her busiest weeks of the year.

As Aroha switches on the big overhead florescent lights you can see why, the warehouse is full with aisles of food products all neatly packed by type and pallets-upon-pallets stacked high above eye level.

Friday, 27 Oct 2017

Record deliver: KidsCan distributes over 1 million food items to 583 schools

The kids at Mangere East Primary school laugh and grin as they rip into the freshly delivered boxes of muesli bars and baked beans.

They're just one of the 583 schools to be part of KidsCan's largest ever food delivery.

Over 1 million items of food are being sent out this month.

Thanks to our partners

Meridian, Principal Partner
Platinum Partners
Trillian Trust Incorporated McConnell Dowell, Creative Construction Ministry of Social Development