KidsCan is backing calls by the Children’s Commissioner for bold action to lift 254,000 Kiwi kids out of poverty following latest statistics.
A monthly donor talks about experiencing hardship and how supporting KidsCan can help Kiwi kids break the cycle of poverty.
"Things are really bad out there and getting worse." Early childhood teachers seek urgent help as the number of children arriving cold and hungry grows.
KidsCan welcomes the Government’s announcement of a new lunch fund for some schools as an important step to strengthen support for Kiwi kids in hardship.
It always sticks with me. "What did you have to eat last night?" I asked an upset kid. "Red soup," he said. "Tomato soup?" I asked. If only.
Watch as the Community Warriors team and KidsCan deliver raincoats to students of Bishopdale School to help keep them warm and dry this winter.
KidsCan has created the first national programme supporting children under 5, with the aim of helping our most vulnerable kids attend preschool.
You know when your Mum would say something like: "You know some kids in Africa don't have any breakfast". Well, Mum, there's a new saying.