The Kāmahi Trust

This page is to provide an ongoing mechanism for donors to support the work of The Kāmahi Trust.

  Nelson / Tasman

We are a charitable trust, dedicated to assisting young people to make a significant difference to our world through projects with environmental and social impact. The assistance the Trust provides is in the form of time, support, mentoring, and monetary grants.

The Trust is the initiative of Rebecca Mason, a Leadership and Development Coach living and working in Nelson.

Events of 2019 were the catalyst as Rebecca witnessed how young people rose to the challenge of being powerful voices for change in a world beset by multiple and complex issues.

For more than twenty years Rebecca had regularly given coaching scholarships to young people, but now realised she wanted to leave more of a legacy.

Rebecca also believes that having someone supporting a young person’s sense of purpose and desire to make a difference, can and will make an enormous difference to the recipients of the Trust.

We are looking for donors with an interest in supporting our goals.

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Thank you  5 March 2021

Posted by: The Kāmahi Trust

Thank you to our first ever supporter! Much appreciated :)

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Jacquie
Jacquie on 04 Mar 2021
Congratulations Rebecca!
$50

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