In a heartwarming display of community spirit, Kiwi Cabins, a Waikato-based garden buildings business, has joined hands with three local organisations to support local causes at the 2023 Waikato Home Show. Among these organisations, KingSt Advertising, a prominent creative agency, has emerged as a champion for Graeme Dingle Foundation Waikato’s cause at the event.
Kiwi Cabins has kindly donated three playhouses to become canvases for creativity, undergoing remarkable transformations as a part of a unique fundraising initiative to help support local causes including the Graeme Dingle Foundation. KingSt Advertising has raised a hand and a paint brush to decorate one of the three Kiwi Cabin playhouses, which will then be auctioned. All earnings from the auction will be donated to the Foundation.
“Being a beneficiary of this awesome fundraising initiative has our team feeling overjoyed, not only for the sake of our mahi, but for the sake of the rangatahi we support,” said Amanda Shaw, General Manager of Graeme Dingle Foundation Waikato.
“We are fortunate to have many partners and supporters, like Kiwi Cabins and KingSt Advertising, working with us in the community to help make cool things happen for New Zealand youth.”
The Waikato Home Show, scheduled for October 5th, promises to be a day of inspiration, creativity and unity. Kiwi Cabins, KingSt Advertising and other participating organisations aim to tell a narrative of collective goodwill, and hopes this initiative will not only raise funds for good local causes but will also inspire others to give back to the community.
For more information about the initiative or to support the cause, please contact…
Kathryn Williams, Managing Director
021 772 553
Chris Williams, CEO
(07) 847 3590
Graeme Dingle Foundation Waikato
Amanda Shaw, General Manager
(07) 839 7058