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What can pair of shoes do for a child?

KidsCan News
Fri 20 Sep 2013
Julie Chapman, CEO & Founder of KidsCan, says: 

Kennards For Kids – Hiring for our future

KidsCan News
Mon 16 Sep 2013
For more than 60 years, Kennards Hire has been a well-known and much loved name amongst tradespeople and DIY enthusiasts throughout Australia.

The KidsCan Charitable Trust receives a receives a Grant from SC Johnson

KidsCan News
Mon 16 Sep 2013
Auckland, June 2013, The KidsCan Charitable Trust is pleased to announce it has received a $30,000 grant from SC Johnson.

Children's Commissioner NZ journal - Children

KidsCan News
Fri 13 Sep 2013
The latest edition of the Children's Commissioner NZ journal called 'Children'! Packed with inspiring stories about the role of communities and non-government organisations in alleviating the effects of poverty on children and their families. 

New Zealand Herald - Julie Chapman:

KidsCan News
Mon 26 Aug 2013
Flower girl who bloomed. KidsCan boss: Don't be afraid to work with people who know more than you do.

Far North Health Programme - making a difference, one child at a time!

KidsCan News
Mon 12 Aug 2013
Far North Health Programme - making a difference, one child at a time!

Wedding outfit gets an airing for charity

KidsCan News
Fri 9 Aug 2013
For many workers, today will be casual Friday - but Wellington woman Carol Reed will instead flash back 15 years and dust off her wedding outfit. 
News from our Backyard

More FM rolls out the red carpet for More Day

KidsCan News
Thu 8 Aug 2013
Nationwide radio network MORE FM is rolling out the red carpet tomorrow for More Day to raise much needed funds for KidsCan. 

More FM joins forces with KidsCan for More Day

KidsCan News
Tue 30 Jul 2013
One of New Zealand’s biggest local radio networks joins forces for the second year with KidsCan next week to tackle child poverty head-on and raise much needed funds on More Day.  

Manukau Courier - Funding boost for KidsCan!

KidsCan News
Mon 15 Jul 2013
An 18-month wait for KidsCan assistance has finally ended for Otahuhu Intermediate School, which will now be able to give jackets and food to students in need.