Sistema Waikato

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We teach children musical instruments in a community-based orchestra. Please help us raise money to expand our programme!

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Sistema Waikato is a highly successful, community based social development programme, which uses orchestral music making as a model for enhancing social aspiration and building life skills in young children and their families. It is a free, open and accessible programme, eligible for all children from our partner schools.

Right now some of our staff are doing Round the Bridges to fundraise for our programme. If you are sponsoring one of them, please donate here!

More about us

Sistema Waikato is a community based social development programme that teaches children orchestral instruments.

Use of funds

Any money we raise will be used to purchase more instruments and musical resources for the children in our programme


Latest donations

  • Charlotte Commins

    Charlotte Commins on 30 Jul 2019

    $100

    Thank you for all you did for Charlotte!

    $100

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 18 Dec 2018

    Private

    Private

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 28 Nov 2018

    $161.90

    $161.90

  • Ailsa Smith

    Ailsa Smith on 23 Nov 2018

    $20

    $20

  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 22 Nov 2018

    $40

    $40


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