Kahu Youth Trust

  Otago
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Kahu Youth identifies and fill gaps in Wanaka's cultural, social and educational opportunities. We target the at risk kids and provide prof

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  Otago Family Support

Kahu Youth provides youth a sense of belonging and the opportunity for valuable relationships with our professional youth workers and our mentors. We provides programs, activities, events and a fun, safe, base for young people aged 11 to 24 in Wanaka.

The numbers of youth attending our Friday and Saturday evening drop-in sessions has been growing steadily and now averages 40 youths per session. The mentoring program run in conjunction with Mt Aspiring College has allowed us to match many young people with mentors in the community.


Latest donations

  • Keighley Redshaw

    Keighley Redshaw on 05 Mar 2019

    $20

    Just want to support our beautiful community.

    $20

  • Eliza Zanuso

    Eliza Zanuso on 25 Jan 2019

    $40

    Good work !

    $40

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 22 Jun 2015

    Private

    Great Matariki event guys. Well done to you all.

    Private

  • Limes Charity Cricket Match c/o Mr. John Coe

    Limes Charity Cricket Match c/o Mr. John Coe on 07 Mar 2013

    $330

    Keep up the good work Kahu

    $330

  • graham berry

    graham berry on 06 Mar 2013

    $20

    $20


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