Graeme Dingle Foundation Southland

Supporting Southland young people to discover what they have inside is greater than any obstacle.

  Southland Youth Programmes Child Welfare

Here at the Graeme Dingle Foundation Southland we aim to inspire all school-age children and young people to reach their full potential through programmes that build self-esteem, promote good values and teach valuable life, education and health skills.

In Southland we currently deliver the Kiwi Can and Career Navigator programmes.

These programmes help grow a youth population who are better educated, have enhanced employment prospects, greater self-esteem and are healthy and motivated.

Kiwi Can is our energy-packed values and life skills programme, aimed at kids aged 5 to 12. It teaches values such as integrity, honesty, resilience and respect (to name a few) and delivers fun-filled learning to ten primary schools throughout the Southland region.

Career Navigator is a ready for work programme that supports secondary school students in their decision making around future employment while also providing an effective platform for employers to share real-world knowledge and experiences.

More about us

GDF Southland is a child and youth development charity that has a vision to make New Zealand the best place to be young.


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