We're raising funds to provide learning materials, furniture and mobility equipment to the OTA Disability Centre, Tonga.

Cause page created in the Community category by Victoria Mataitonga for "The 'Ofa Tui 'Amanaki Disability Centre, Tonga"

  • $2,593.00 donated
  • 23 generous donors

Making a difference to the lives of children and young people living with a disability in Tonga.

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Child Welfare

The OTA Disability Centre provides support and education to children and young adults living with a disability in Tonga. The centre is in a dire state with no furniture, educational aids, safe play area or mobility equipment.

We are fundraising for 'The 4 Islands Challenge' which will involve Frazer walking solo around the four main islands in Tonga - in excess of 1000km - during the height of summer (January 2018).

Please help us raise funds to provide basic items for the 'Ofa Tui 'Amanaki (Love, Faith & Hope) Disability Centre, so we can restore the faith and hope of the children and young adults who attend there, and improve their daily environment and their daily lives.

Funds raised will provide: furniture, play equipment, kitchen utensils, educational aids and mobility products.

All funds raised will be paid into an Orewa Taxation Service Limited Trust account in the name of The Akanesi Mataitonga Trust. OTS Limited and The Akanesi Mataitonga Trust are proud supporters of the global Rotary Foundation.

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Victoria Mataitonga

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Auckland

We are fundraising on behalf of The Akanesi Mataitonga Trust - a registered New Zealand charity (2647473).

Our work is driven by a passionate belief that all children and young people deserve to be raised and educated in a safe and equitable

environment.

Our mission is to promote the social, emotional and educational development of children and young people, and to safeguard the wellbeing of children and young people in school and the community.

We raise money to rebuild and refurbish schools, fund up-to-date equipment and resources at school and in the community, and improve the quality of children and young people’s lives.

We develop partnerships with local individuals, communities and

organizations to engage support and commitment among the people who

live in project areas, and to embed sustainable solutions.

The Akanesi Mataitonga Trust provides essential financial and material

assistance, principally through education and the local community. We reach out to vulnerable and disadvantaged children and young people in developing countries and elsewhere as and when we identify those in need.

All funds raised benefit:

The 'Ofa Tui 'Amanaki Disability Centre, Tonga

Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Victoria Mataitonga on behalf of The 'Ofa Tui 'Amanaki Disability Centre, Tonga.

  • $2,593.00 donated
  • 23 generous donors

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This cause page was created on 26 Aug 2017 and closes at 23:59 NZST (UTC +12:00) on 31 Dec 2017.

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