Tui Trust

Tui Trust

We fund projects that interrupt the inter-generational cycle of disadvantage ensuring all children have access to quality education.

Waikato

Our mission is support the well-being of children using a holistic approach, which includes uplifting cultural identity, the alleviation of poverty and a reconnection with the environment. We aim to interrupt the inter-generational cycle of disadvantage ensuring all children have access to quality education and opportunities, developing long-term leadership and self-reliance.

We achieve our goals by funding initiatives that improve educational, environmental, social and cultural development outcomes for children. From 2022 we will focus on high-risk neurodiverse children struggling with the basics, particularly literacy in Waikato and Hamilton communities. There will be attention given to tamariki with developmental, neurological, learning difficulties e.g. dyslexia. It is crucial that all children are educated in a way that; (a) best suits their learning needs; and; (b) will positively impact their educational journey.

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Supporting the well-being of children since 2003 we support the well-being of children using a holistic approach, which includes the uplifting of their cultural identity, the alleviation of poverty and a reconnection with the environment. We fund projects that significantly improve educational, environmental, social and cultural development outcomes for children.

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Creating a Literate Community II 2023  28 September 2023

It is essential that we take action to improve literacy outcomes for struggling children. If we implement effective, evidenced-based instruction, we can expect MOST children will learn to read well, regardless of their background. Join us to dig into the conversation! This is your opportunity to learn what to teach, how to teach and why you teach literacy using evidence-based instruction. Conference held at the Distinction Conference Centre, Hamilton.

There are a number of factors that can contribute to reading difficulties, including neurological differences, dyslexia, ineffective interventions, and limited access to skilled, qualified educators. This conference will provide information on how to identify children who are struggling to read and explain pathways to ensure they receive the help they need and deserve.

We have many children 8-14 year old children, who, through no fault of their own, are unable to access the curriculum as they cannot yet read and write. This event will be an important step in improving literacy rates for these and most students. Here are some specific ways that we can support children with learning difficulties.

By working together, we can make a real difference in the lives of children with learning difficulties and we encourage you to get involved and help make a difference. If you are new to evidence based teaching methods this will help you navigate your way into a skilled educator for struggling students.

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Cecilia
Cecilia on 31 Mar 2023
Such a great kaupapa to support!
$1,000
Tui Trust

This is amazing, thank you so much for your continued support. We are very grateful, thank you.

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Cecilia
Cecilia on 30 Mar 2022
$1,000
Tui Trust

Thank you very much for your generous donation Cecilia - Tui Trust Board of Trustees

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David
David on 11 Jun 2021
$25
Tui Trust

Thank you for your continued support this enabled us to purchase outdoor play and sports equipment for Moko Club Huntly. Thank you !

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David
David on 10 May 2021
$50
Tui Trust

Thank you, we very much appreciate your on-going support!

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David
David on 15 Apr 2021
$25
Tui Trust

Thank you again, we appreciate you continued support. We have our Winter Warmth for Children Projects starting now and this is a big help thank you.

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