Te Puke Goodness Grows Here
Raising funds for lease of a building for Te Puke youth and community projects.Bay of Plenty
We are raising funds for our youth centre facility (building lease). We run a wide variety of youth development programmes in Te Puke and Districts and provide the youth centre as a central hub. Our ethos is to build a sense of place and enable youth with opportunities along with a feeling of belonging.
We are Vector Group Charitable Trust, a youth/community centre in Te Puke (Old RSA Building) and in need support in various ways.
Would you be available to sponsor product or donate financially to our charity?
We have a few opportunities available such as donations, sponsorship and or naming rights to a number of projects.
We have a number of additional ways we can give back that set us apart from other charities.
Listed in our TEPUKEMAG www.vectorgroup.org.nz/tepukemag
Or a video showreel done through Te Puke Film.
Listed on sponsorship wall on entrance of building.
We are a donee org so any funds that may be donated helps with your tax bill and you can claim back a third 😉
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Some of our projects-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
Table Tennis social and pro
Student and community led projects
Iconic Events centre
Business and trade Expos
Dance – hop hop, break dancing, dj and physical movement for health, dance for special needs
Annual Community ball
Annual black tie event
Te Puke Film
Te Puke Directory
Training, skills and cv building
Chaplaincy in schools
Te Puke Pop-Up Ball Shop
Bringing opportunities to Te Puke for youth and community
-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Some recent engagement-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-
Stephen Fawcett's involvement (page creator)
I am a the Managing Director of Vector Group Charitable trust who is also a trustee, working alongside a youth and community.
Use of funds
Help us secure this building for Te Puke community projects and initiatives.
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This page was created on 25 Oct 2017 and closed on 28 Mar 2018.