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Child Poverty

Closed Fundraiser page created in the Kiwi Kids category by Kobe Clark


$130 of $2,000 goal

Given by 5 generous donors in 21 days

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We are raising money for children living in poverty in New Zealand.

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We are two year 9 boys making this page to raise money and awareness for child poverty in New Zealand. This is an attribute to our Social Studies project on social justice. This Givealittle page is here to help and show support to child poverty in New Zealand. 28% of children in New Zealand are living in some sort of poverty and need a way for people to help them. If all of us put something in we can help them in a way that might get them a schooling or food. If you donate any money we will be very grateful and the money raised will be sent to a child through Kidscan. Thank you in advance.

Kobe Clark's involvement (page creator)

We are two year nines trying to raise money to prevent child poverty in New Zealand. We will be donating the money to a child through KidsCan.


Latest donations

  • Kobe

    Kobe on 30 Aug 2019

    $6.50

    Cupcake Sale proceeds

    $6.50

  • Kobe

    Kobe on 21 Aug 2019

    $95

    Proceeds from Cupcake Sale :)

    $95

  • Jeanette

    Jeanette on 14 Aug 2019

    $20

    Well done and good luck boys.

    $20

  • Carolyn

    Carolyn on 14 Aug 2019

    $5

    All the best Kobe

    $5

  • Chris

    Chris on 14 Aug 2019

    $1

    Opening donation

    $1


Who's involved?

Kobe Clark's avatar
Created by Kobe Clark
KidsCan Charitable Trust's avatar
Paying to the page KidsCan Charitable Trust

Tax credit Donations of over $5 are eligible for a New Zealand charitable giving tax credit.
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This page was created on 13 Aug 2019 and closed on 3 Sep 2019.
$130 of $2,000 goal

Given by 5 generous donors in 21 days

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