Developing Men of Valour Tour 2019 (DMOV19)
DMOV19 - Fundraising for our students to travel to Italy this year on our Developing Men of Valour Tour 2019.Hawke's Bay
We have an exciting opportunity to take our students to travel to pay homage to their ancestors, to the Men of Valour buried at Cassino in Italy this year on our Developing Men of Valour Tour.
The tour is a platform for change that is aimed at supporting our students to be life ready, career ready and aspire to a positive future
Throughout this year and on the DMOV19 Tour our young people will identify role models, develop their mental wellness, physical wellness, academic pathways, character and work ethic.
To be able to travel overseas and connect globally is a highlight, but this trip is about much more. It’s about our students aspiring to a positive future and DARING TO DREAM...Big
Visit our website @ https://tearatika.school.nz/dmov
We focus on educational & charitable purposes within Aotearoa. Our primary focus is on Māori & Pasifika but not exclusive to these communities. We aim to provide resources, training & positive platforms.
Use of funds
Funds will be used to cover all travel and associated costs (ie: Flights, accom, passports etc..) If we don't reach our target our alternate travel option is to go to a location that we can afford.
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THANK YOU (Page closing Jan 19th) 11 January 2020
Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini.
My strength is not mine alone, but that of the collective.
A massive THANK YOU to each and every person, whānau and community that supported us this year to provide a platform for change for our Developing Men of Valour 2019.
For helping our boys to dare to dream big, work towards their goals and know that anything is possible.
Whānau, we made it and we couldn’t have done it without you!
DMOV19: 14 days, 5 long haul flights, 3 Countries (Korea, Germany, Italy), and making memories that will last a lifetime.
Special mention to our friend and travel agent, Jo Santamaria from Escorted Tours and Pilgrimages we appreciate you so much and know without a doubt this trip would not have gone ahead without your support.
We also want to acknowledge and send a huge mihi to our sponsors. Thank you for your aroha and ability to believe in a kaupapa that is greater than all of us!
Te Aratika Drilling Ltd, Greater Than, Kōkiri, Allan Brown - Te Kotuku Rerenga Tahi Ltd, Dame Jenny Gibbs, Trail Media, Ngā Taonga Takaaro, Department of Conservation, Jody Hamilton- JMP Consulting, Te Kura o Mangateretere, Richmond Primary School, Hawkes Bay Magpies, Hawkes Bay Home and Garden Show, Focal Point Cinema & Cafe Hastings, The Warehouse, RGIS, Harvey Norman New Zealand, Parekowhai Hape, Johnnita Houghton, Robert Joe, Phillippa Whare, Akane Lee, Nana Noda-Morgan, Stephanie Ishigami, We Sow You Grow, ALL of our Givealittle Sponsors and last but not least, the amazing efforts from our Te Aratika Academy Whānau.
May God bless you all, stay safe and we will see you in 2020 (DMOV20)!
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This page was created on 4 Jun 2019 and closed on 27 Jan 2020.