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Help Us get a Van


$120 donated

Given by 5 generous donors in around 9 months

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Leaving kids behind is not an option we wish to focus on. We need a van to get ALL the kids there together!

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  Manawatu / Whanganui Programmes Kids 4 Charity Conservation

In 2015 two of our volunteers and a partner organisation unselfishly made their own vehicles available for use which enabled Dream Makers Trust the ability to transport children to and from the various locations for programme facilitation. Unfortunately the costs of maintaining these older vehicles has proved to be unsustainable and the use of our partner organisations vehicles inconvenient a lot of the time, the loss of these vehicles will heavily impact on the Dream Makers Trusts’ ability to continue the great work achieved to date. It is just not tenable for us to have to see the looks of disappointment on the faces of the youth who are unable to fit into our current transport vehicles. Through the rear vision mirror seeing little Willy and littler Dalton, tears streaming down their delicate cheeks as they look forlornly at the kids fortunate enough to have made it into a car is not a very nice scenario...SO this is why we are fundraising - we need a vehicle/van that can transport between 6 - 12 youth safely as one unit. To date we have raised $2000 toward this cause and hope that you can help us achieve our goal. Can you help us get a van? Will you help us to get a van?

Dream Makers Charitable Trust's involvement (page creator)

We, along with our volunteers are working on the front line with youth and while we are making good headway with our interventions the success of our programmes has made a van (which was a dream "want") now a vital necessity. Your support in helping us achieve this goal would be greatly appreciated.

About us

We provide programmes to youth in the Manawatu/Whanganui - Ruapehu.and Rangitikei areas that use a strengths-based approach, incorporating best practice, involving the family and focusing on positive outcomes that are closely monitored.

Our programmes address the four pou of

Te Whare Tapa Wha

Hinengaro- Emotional Wellbeing

Tinana – Physical Wellbeing

Wairua – Spiritual Wellbeing

Whanau – family

We value safety, creativity, respectful relationships and an interesting and fun environment.

We are committed to work collaboratively with funders and related parties to ensure that desired service outcomes are met.

'Working proactively with families at the earliest point of intervention to provide children and young people with the opportunity to achieve their aspirations and potential to succeed in life".

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Latest donations

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 14 Sep 2016

    $30

    Awesome Mahi all the best x

    $30

    • Dream Makers Charitable Trust

      Thank you so much for the donation and support...awesome!!

  • Cass Reid

    Cass Reid on 12 Sep 2016

    $50

    Worthy cause, blessings for the purchase of your new van. God's blessings to you all ????

    $50

    • Dream Makers Charitable Trust

      Thanks so much for the support :-) Very much appreciated!!

  • Marianne Wright

    Marianne Wright on 08 Sep 2016

    $20

    $20

  • Robert

    Robert on 07 Sep 2016

    $10

    $10

    • Dream Makers Charitable Trust

      Thanks for the support guys :-) Much appreciated!!

  • Brackkenroar

    Brackkenroar on 07 Sep 2016

    $10

    $10


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