News

Rotorua radio personalities aim to raise flags and charity cash

KidsCan News
Wed 19 Sep 2012
Children living in poverty are set to benefit from extra funds - but only if Rotorua radio personalities are any good at kicking a rugby ball over the posts!
 

KidsCan Backs Call For Food in Schools Programme

KidsCan News
Mon 10 Sep 2012
KidsCan Backs Call For Food in Schools Programme

VTNZ and KidsCan working together in your community

KidsCan News
Sat 1 Sep 2012
This September VTNZ are giving kiwis the opportunity to add $1 to their VTNZ purchase to help KidsCan.

More Day 2012

KidsCan News
Thu 30 Aug 2012
Marc Ellis and Simon Barnett to Host New Drive Show!

The "Sole" of New Zealand Vision Products campaign

KidsCan News
Thu 23 Aug 2012
Thanks to Vision products for supporting "Shoes for Kiwi Kids" Get behind this worthy cause and let's pride ourselves on being a country than can innovatively look after its own!

KidsCan turns 7 years old : seven years of KidsCan has helped 46,000 children

KidsCan News
Sun 5 Aug 2012
Seven years of practical help to reduce the impact of poverty on educational achievement in our low decile schools is being marked this weekend with a big thankyou to the thousands of donors and sponsors who support the KidsCan programmes.

KidsCan programmes to benefit five new schools!

KidsCan News
Wed 1 Aug 2012
  KidsCan announced today that 5 new schools will join its food, shoes and raincoat programmes taking the total number of schools to 223, with KidsCan now supporting the education of 46,000 children nationwide.  

48 more kids get to go on camp

KidsCan News
Thu 26 Jul 2012
 

What is life like for children in NZ in poverty?

KidsCan News
Thu 12 Jul 2012
In June I visited KidsCan partner schools in Wellington and Northland to talk with the principals and teachers about the ongoing issues their children face and how KidsCan programmes are making a difference.

What is life like for children in NZ in poverty?

KidsCan News
Thu 12 Jul 2012
In June I visited KidsCan partner schools in Wellington and Northland to talk with the principals and teachers about the ongoing issues their children face and how KidsCan programmes are making a difference.