Sources of Unconditional Love

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SOUL aims to dissolve prejudice & discrimination with unconditional love & respect. Our programmes support teenage girls taking the lead.

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To mark World Friendship Day on Tuesday 30 July, hundreds of Kiwi teenagers will be dancing in SOUL’s Friendmob for Christchurch to show the world to choose respect over judgement and cooperation over competition. SOUL’s Friendmob events are happening simultaneously at Auckland International Airport, Christchurch Airport and Wellington Airport at 12pm on 30 July. The recent events in Christchurch have reinforced just how important it is to expand the window of compassion and love in response to terror and discrimination. The Friendmob aims to highlight the value of having real friends in tough times. How you can help – Dance or Donate or better still - both :-)


Watch the video and learn the ‘helicopter’ move. It’s easy and it doesn’t matter if you just swing one arm – that’s way cool. Then at 12 noon on 30th July live video your dance using the hashtags #friendmob #worldfriendshipday and #unconditionallove.


If dance isn’t your thing get into the spirit of the Friendmob by helping it happen this time or supporting teenage girls to get even more courageous for next time.

What will your donation give?

$20 will sponsor a teenage girl to join a SOULsquad.

$50 will sponsor a SOULgirl for one school term

$100 will sponsor a SOULgirl for two school terms

$10 will buy a SOUL Tshirt for one “Friendmobber”

$200 will sponsor a SOULgirl for an entire year

Having drawn on the strength and experience gained from being part of SOUL, teenage girls are now courageously stepping up (and stepping out with their dance moves) to help put an end to discrimination.

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SOUL is replacing prejudice and discrimination towards girls with empowerment and respect. Using very cool, humourous and light-hearted videos spread all around on social media, SOUL is lifting the lid off prejudice and discrimination with LOVE.

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Latest donations

  • Ms St John

    Ms St John on 24 Dec 2018


    A donation on behalf of Ms St John who is a champion of building up our wahine.


  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 20 Dec 2018


    saw the story in the Herald. All the best for your important work.


  • Janfrie and Diane

    Janfrie and Diane on 25 Jul 2018


    on behalf of Raewyn, our friend


  • Jennifer

    Jennifer on 11 Dec 2017


    Go girls, be everything you were born to be.



    JANFRIE WAKIM on 20 Oct 2017



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