School of Hard Knocks

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School of Hard Knocks is a registered NZ Charity that uses sport & fitness to tackle the issues surrounding unemployment, crime and health.

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School of Hard Knocks is a registered NZ Charity that uses sport to tackle the issues surrounding unemployment, crime and health. We work with individuals to help them take responsibility and take positive steps forward in their lives.

First created in the UK in 2007 the charity started in NZ in December 2015. We run 8 week courses (2 days a week) that help people get fit and get back into work or training. We have some of NZ's best coaches and mentors onboard including Sir John Kirwan and Dr Paul Wood. Currently we don't receive any government funding so rely on donations to cover the costs of running the courses.

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  • Jo

    Jo on 04 Mar 2020

    $10

    $10

  • Andrew & Vic

    Andrew & Vic on 16 Nov 2017

    $50

    For Dave & Mike

    $50

  • Les Mills International

    Les Mills International on 06 Nov 2017

    $1,000

    This is such an awesome cause and we're super happy to be able to give you this donation to support your work!

    $1,000

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 17 Jun 2017

    $50

    $50

  • Matt

    Matt on 27 Dec 2016

    $20

    Sounds like a great programme, keep it up!

    $20


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