Kidz Need Dadz New Zealand

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Help us support the Kids and Dads in your community!

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Kids need two loving and supportive parents in their lives – whether the family all live under the same roof or not. For all sorts of reasons, dads are often not in the picture. We help dads play an active part in their kids’ lives. As well as supporting fathers, we educate the broader community about the need for dads to be involved with their children.

Our organisation began in Tauranga in 2002 and now offers services across the Bay of Plenty and the greater Wellington region. From parenting courses to organising events, to helping to facilitate legal advice, counselling and other support services, we’re here to help.

Mission: Strengthen father-child relationships through support, education and fun.

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Kidz Need Dadz provides support services to strengthen father/child relationships through support, education and fun

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  • Ari Cloos

    Ari Cloos on 11 Sep 2019



  • Kieran

    Kieran on 18 Aug 2019


    Allan is amazing. Gives me hope!


  • Kimberley

    Kimberley on 31 Jul 2019



  • Emma

    Emma on 31 May 2019



  • Allan

    Allan on 29 May 2019


    Really excited to hear you have Brendon Smith (ex Father and Child Trust) on board. Brendon is a wonderful, compassionate advocate for fathers and their children.


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