Key to Life

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The Key to Life Charitable Trust (originally created as The Nutters Club Charitable Trust in 2010 and since renamed)

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As well as our current visits into schools and communities we are developing a strength based, youth led peer support and mentoring program aimed at empowering our nations young people. This program encourages them to take ownership of their attitudes and perceptions toward mental health and well-being by building quality relationships through informed youth participation.

This year alone we have been invited into at least 20 schools to deliver our message to the youth, followed by community talks. The feedback has been positive resulting in a constant stream of invitations to go all around the country. Teachers, counsellors and students alike have all given us the message "you made a difference!"


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  • Mark

    Mark on 17 Jan 2020

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  • Flatman Family

    Flatman Family on 14 Jan 2020

    $1,000

    Flatman Family Xmas Donation

    $1,000

  • Jane

    Jane on 12 Jan 2020

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    Watched Target Zero on Maori TV tonight and cried the whole way through. You are doing an amazing job Mike King. Love and respect.

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  • Emma Camp

    Emma Camp on 08 Jan 2020

    $50

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  • Mark

    Mark on 03 Jan 2020

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